Vim Blanc

Tasting note:

Pale, bright. Fruity nose, baked apple, tropical fruit. Lactic notes. Strong attack on the palate, sweet entry and then a lingering acidity. Salty end. Even a long aging the acidty is surprising

Food pairing: 

By their lactic notes combines perfectly with pasta with cream sauce, cannelloni ... The salty notes combine perfectly with fried fish or simply with some nuts.

Grape varieties: 

100% Grenache

Traditional grape treading and immediate removal of the skins.
Fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

First lees aging for 3 months.
Then three years of aging in new French oak.

Old vines over 50 years

By hand
Mid to late October

2000 bottles (75cl)

"Guía Vino 2015 ABC":

  • 1/vb 2006: 96p.

Jancis Robinson "A Catalan Collection":

  • 2v/b 2009, 17p: Deep pinkish gold. Orange peel and tang plus great depth and concentration. Lots to chew on. Very firm and structured – no flab whatsoever. Really interesting and the alcohol is well covered.Drink 2013- 2017 • £30 RRP 17
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