After a handpicked harvest of the grapes, a gentle pressing is followed by a natural clarification of the must. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in French oak barrels, where the wine rests for six months.
Pale yellow color with golden hues. Floral aroma with a dusting of cinnamon notes. Well-structured on the palate, with subtle strokes of tangerine and vanilla. Segue to a fresh, elegant, and persistent aftertaste.
Variety and production:
Single-variety Xarel·lo white wine from +80-year-old vines, with alcohol fermentation and aging in French oak barrels.
Gets along famously with blue fish, smoked foods, cured meats and cheeses, seafood rice and spicy foods.
Restaurant En Rima recommendation:
Tartar of scallop and lemon fish with red tiger milk, avocado, cucumber, and mango. Monkfish Suquet with crayfish.