Blanc de Blancs 2013
This white wine of marked floral and fruity aromas has a smooth and elegant character that reminds of the varietals from which it has been made, all of them typical of the Mediterranean region or perfectly adapted to its climate.
Designation of Origin: Empordà. In the north-eastern corner of Spain. The climate is Mediterranean, with the influences of strong winds, particularly the Tramontana, which can reach speeds of up to 120 km an hour. The average temperature is 16?�C and there is ample rainfall - 600-700 mm - mainly in winter. There’s a wide heterogeneity of soils in the Empordà.
Varietals: Macabeu, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Garnatxa Blanca.
Vineyards: Rocky terrains, with many pebbles. Macabeo vines are more than fifty years old.
Winemaking: Temperature controlled fermentation of the first must takes place at 16??C. Ageing: Young wine.
Graduation: 13.10% by Vol.
Free SO2: 24 mg/l.
Total SO2: 110 mg/l.
Total acidity: 3.60 g/l (s.a.).
Volatile acidity: 0.52 g/l (a.a.).
Residual sugar: 1,20 g/l.
Type of bottle: Bordeaux, prestige, green, A.V., 75 cl. and 37.5 cl.
Tasting note: Pale straw yellow colour, with some green hints. In the nose there are white fruits and floral notes. In the mouth it is well-balanced, round, nice, very persistent. This is a complex wine, with a fresh, long and smooth after-taste.