Grape varities: Cabernet Sauvignon, Callet, Merlot, Syrah, Manto Negro
Alcohol content: 13,5%
D.O. PLA I LLEVANT
Harvest selected during the second half of September and the first days of October.
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks with a controlled temperature.
Consumption temperature 16-18ºC.
Colour: We can find an cherry red with tile reflections, deep and bright.
Aroma: The red fruits begins to predominate and evolves towards menthol, spicy and roasted notes (cocoa, lard)., ending with a slight mineral aroma characteristic of this vineyard by the sea.
Taste: It is presented as a silky, voluminous wine, acid but refreshing. Predominates compote fruit and mineral spicy notes. It has a long ending.
Grape varities: Manto Negro
Alcohol content: 14%
D.O. Pla i Llevant
The grapes from this wine come from selected wine rows and were picked during the month of September.
Fermentation: took place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature.
This wine has a pale red colour with orange reflections.
A very aromatic wine with primary fruity aromas (strawberry, red berries, blackberry and fig) and floral primary aromas (rose and almond flowers).It has lactic secondary aromas (yeast). Due to the proximity to the sea, the wine shows a fantastic minerality.
In the palate, it is a well-balanced fresh wine. It has a long finish with retro-olfaction where mature strawberries, raspberries and a mineral touch can be perceived.Suggestions
The wine is recommended with rice dishes, seafood and fish.
The serving temperature is 10-12 ° C.
Grape varieties: Prensal Blanc and Chardonnay.
Alcoholic content: 13,5%
D.O. Pla i Llevant
Mollusca’s grapes have been picked at the end of August, when these grape varieties are in their optimal point of maturation.
Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature.
Ideal serving temperatura between 8 and 10 degrees.
Colour: It is a clean and bright wine with a pale gold colour.
Aroma: It is a very aromatic wine with fruity primary aromas (melon, lemon and apricot) and floral (apple flower). It has lactic secondary aromas (yeast). Due to the proximity to the sea, the wine shows a fantastic minerality.
Taste: A fresh entrance with a well-integrated acidity.
The many existing Talaiots found in the Llucmajor area and the ancient settlements such as Capocorb Vell, point to the fact that it was one of the first inhabited regions of Mallorca.
It was also the first region of the island where Romans planted vineyards from which excellent wines were produced. In his book “Historia Natural”, Pliny the Elder wrote that the wines of the Balearic Islands were amongst the best wines of the Roman Empire. However, it was after the conquest of Mallorca after 1232 by King Jaume I that wine making on the island flourished.