Light yellow colour with green tints, slightly sparkling - slightly cloudy (due to the processing method). Aromas are floral (sweet asylum), white fruit (pear, green apple) and herbal (fennel) with a subtle background of green almonds. The palate is light and refreshing, with pleasant bubbles on the palate.
Pairs well with: savoury starters, pasta, fish, tapas, sushi.
Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2021 - 9,56/10
Variety: Pansa Blanca (Xarel-lo)
Pét-Nat, the French term for 'Pétillant Naturel', also known as the ancestral method. This method produces a simpler, more rustic sparkling wine than cava, which is traditionally unfiltered, lightly cloudy and bottled with a crown cap rather than a cork and musette. The opening of each bottle is a surprise, recalling the time and place where it was bottled.
Pét-Nat, made from impeccable organic grapes. After a light pressing and without the addition of sulphites or other products during the process, spontaneous fermentation begins at 15ºC. The end of the first fermentation in bottle according to the ancestral method. It goes on the market unfiltered, covered with the same crown cap used at the end of fermentation (it is not disgorged).