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Characteristics of Aigua de Llum
Aigua de Llum is a white wine from Priorat prepared by Celler Vall Llach.
Enric Costa cultivated strains of Viognier 2000, a variety that he loved in a place full of magic and mystery. Six years later came the first grapes, whose quality, flavour, originality and aromas surprised everyone. 50% of Viognier is fermented in new French oak barrels with a capacity of 300 litres. The rest of Viognier grapes is fermented with other varieties in stainless steel tanks. A controlled fermentation then takes place for 25-60 days with daily movement. Viognier wine rests in the same barrels where fermentation took place and the rest of the wine goes to new French oak barrels of 225 litres.
Serve at 9ºC
We recommend decanting before consumption
Fish stew, Raw seafood, Baked white fish, Grilled seafood, Boullabaise
Priorat is craftsmanship and tradition, old and robust vines that are grown and born deep inside the province of Tarragona. They are grown on slopes that are sleety with low fertility and difficult to grow in. In Priorat they produce great red wines of an excellent quality, a maroon colour, robust, dense and rich flavour, intense aromas and sometimes there are reflections present of minerals from the soils.
Vall Llach, Idus de Vall Llach and Embruix de Vall Llach are the names of the three red wines produced at Celler Vall-Llach, and 1998 was it first harvest, which was launched to the market at the end of 2000. Vall-Llach selected and purchased a group of several magnificent old estates, known as the "Trossos". These were planted with Carignan and Grenache vines between 60 and 90 years, which ensure an exclusive must for its collections.