Grapes coming only from the Mas d’en Blei estate. Vines on slate slopes. It is harvested by hand and selected on a selection table. The elaboration is carried out separately by varieties.
Cold pre-maceration of the grape for 24 hours. Once pressed and racked in tanks, where it is kept for another 24 hours, it is transferred to new 300-litre French oak barrels (Q. Petrea), fine-grained and medium-light toasted, where fermentation and aging take place for six months with the mothers, and performing batonnage daily. Cold stabilization naturally (seasonal), not induced. Aged for one year in the bottle.
6 months in oak barrels
Pale yellow with a straw hue of good luminosity and gray tones. Intense in a still glass, with hints of toast and expressions of flint aromas. Once the glass is shaken, it expresses its freshness, highlighting the fruity notes of pear and apple. After a while, it evolves providing complicity between the notes of candied fruit, nuts and spices.