SightStraw yellow with greenish hues.NoseDelicate and elegant, highlights of primary aromas of citrus and stone fruit. Fine floral and spicy aromas for the base.TasteFresh and smooth on the palate. Passing in embracing, creamy and very flavoursome citrus. Acidity is very balanced. Long finish.
SightStraw yellow colour with greenish edge. Very bright.NoseHigh intensity wine in which the primary aromas stand out together with floral aromas, spices, exotic fruits and citrus fruits.TasteIn the mouth, it is a very appetising and unctuous wine. It has a very bulky attack, with a mid-palate marked by its creaminess and an excellent acidity which make it persistent. Very great wine, which will not disappoint anyone.
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SightBright straw yellow colour. NoseLarge floral load along with tropical fruit and citrus on a spicy elegant background.TasteFresh and soft palate, with a good presence of fruit. Very good acidity that provides this wine with a good freshness. Good ending.
A very fresh and light white wine.
SightStraw yellow bright. NoseVery floral, with significant presence of tropical and citrus aromas and spicy notes. TasteLight, with a nice step in the mouth, bitter and with a refreshing after-taste, fresh and persistent.
SightPale yellow.NoseSpicy and citrus notes.TasteLight is a nice step in the mouth, acidity and a refreshing after-taste fresh and persistent.
The landscape of the region of Empordà, located in the northeast of Catalonia, is full of contrasts, due to the natural limits of the Pyrenees in the north and the Mediterranean Sea and magnificent Costa Brava in the east. Thanks to these, the Empordà is a unique place, a special territory between the sea and the mountains, marked by the presence of the north wind known as Tramontana.
Celler Espelt has a modern winery and technological, stands next to an ancient and traditional farmhouse. The winery embodies the idea of modernity, the farm houses the winemaking tradition of the land of the Emporda. The generosity of the land has allowed them to cultivate 17 varieties of native grapes and from outside. Espelt said the family has a long tradition of grape cultivation.