SightIntense yellow with golden reflections.NoseIntense and complex, with predominance of white fruits combined with floral and toasted notes.TasteOn the palate, fresh and unctuous. Passing is wide and fleshy with sensations of white fruit andlight mineral and citric touches. Persistent finish.
SightIntense yellow colour with copper-coloured reflections.NoseIn the nose, it is a complex wine. Aromas of fleshy white fruit such as apricot and peach. Toasted notes and nates of hazelnut. Little by little, white flowers stand out together with aromas of Chinese ink and toasted bread with butter.TasteIn the mouth, it has a large, deep, unctuous and fresh attack. Slight tannic perception of the barrels. Mineral background and fleshy fruit and citrus fruit appear. Long finish.
For many Catalan winemakers, the DO Catalunya is one of their best weapons for marketing their wines to the international market, since the image of their wine is significantly enhanced by a ‘Denominación de Origen’, which can certify a wines origin and quality. One of the initial positive effects is the fact that great wines are associated with a larger geographic area within the peninsula, in the same way as the Bordeaux region in France. For many producers, the DO Catalunya is a clear sign of the regions commitment towards a model of quality. This is especially beneficial for Catalan wines that previously did not come under another ‘Denominación de Origen’.
Francisco Martí is dedicated to the cultivation of his vineyards by 26-ha. The vineyard is situated 165 m above sea level, has a special microclimate and is sheltered from cold north winds by the mountain of Montserrat.