Macabeo, Xarel lo and Parellada Yellow, pale, with greenish and grayish trim. Aromas of white fruit mixed with subtle notes of pastry parenting, giving a fresh and warm at the same time showing its complexity nose. On palate, soft yet structured, with fine and elegant bubbles. We found the notes a little more ripe fruit, but with a lively acidity that gives us start in the aftertaste, with hints of pastry.
Appearance: Straw colour with gold and green undertones. The taster will be immediately intrigued by the sheer aromatic complexity rarely found in a non-vintage Brut.
Aroma: Dominant, biscuity Chardonnay notes overlay some lovely spicy, herbaceous tones of thyme and bay along with lighter hints of blonde tobacco and dried flowers.
Flavor: The palate is intense showing the same biscuity, faintly honeyed notes. Gingerbread, almonds and hazelnuts blend harmoniously with the stone fruit flavours of peach and ripe apricot from the Pinots giving lift and freshness to the taste.
Appearance: Light straw color with greenish tints. The carbonated content is bright and lively.
Aroma: Its aromas are a mixture of fruit (melon, apple and banana) and the result of fermentation (toasted notes).
Flavor: Harmonious and appetizing in the mouth, with a light touch of acidity. A rounded and elegant aftertaste. Classic fruity finish.
Appearance: Straw yellow and voluptuously fizzing, at first glance announces its velvety and playful appeal.
Aroma: Flavors of tropical fruits, honey and lychee fruit are the hallmark of this Torrontes based sparkling.
Flavor: The sweetness of the residual sugar is balanced by a firm acidity.
Appearance: Cherry color with ruby tones. Fine persistent bubbles and white foam.
Aroma: Elegant aroma of flowers and fruit (strawberry and raspberry) with notes of cask ageing.
Flavor: Rounded and very feminine on the palate, with fine bubbles and foam. In the mouth it is fresh and bright, with a pleasant finish.