The land we now inhabit has known other names and other cultures. The "Ilercavones" (the Iberians who lived in the Terra Alta and the surrounding areas from the 6th to the 1st century BC, and who named them), had a culture which left its unmistakable mark on the land – and can still be seen today, a testament to a productive and prosperous past.
HOW THE WINE IS MADE Production per vine: 1.25 kg Varvall district in the Batea municipality. Vineyards established 46 years ago. Varieties: White grenache 100% Soil: Chalky and silty, low permeability. Low organic matter content. Vinification: Manually harvested and packed in 20 kg boxes. Macerated with the skins for 36 hours. Fermented at a controlled temperature of 16°C.
PRODUCTION 12.000 botlles.
TASTING NOTES White wine with a golden yellow hue and greenish tones. Complex aromas reminiscent of pineapple and mango, with certain notes of apple and apricot. Unctuous, long and persistent on the palate. The finish culminates in floral and fresh mint aromas.