(Be in no doubt: despite the name on the label, this is a (very) red wine - see below).
The vines that are used to make this wine are small and different. Some face the sea, others don’t. The soil is different from one row to another in the vineyard, but overall they are poor soils. They prune in green to reduce production and get more concentration and better maturity of the grapes. The area has a strong effect from the “marinada” (Mediterranean wind), reducing the temperature and preventing it from climbing above 31-32 ºC on the hottest days of the summer.
In the cellar, winemaking is carried out in small lots. Underground cement vats are used for the fermentation and keep the wine at a cool temperature. Separate vinifications are carried out on each variety, these being blended before bottling. Only natural yeasts are used to make this wine.
As they don't add anything besides the grapes, this is why it is termed blanc, even if it is a red wine. Only the cleanest and healthiest grapes can be used for a natural wine.
Medium red colour with orange tones. An open, inviting nose with red ripe fruit, liquorice, Mediterranean aromatic plants with some subtle mature notes. These continue onto the palate, complimented by some minerality. It has a really soft, gentle juicy texture, making it very easy-drinking. This wine is a great match for pork.