Fresh, complex, intense
Tasting notes of apple, mineral, white flowers.
The Wine: La Grita
White wine macerated for 6 days with the skins and aged in stainless steel under flower for 6 months. A great maceration that makes the wine retain freshness and achieve complexity.
The producer: Els Bardissots
La Grita 2019 comes from an 85-year-old vineyard planted with Parellada near the town of Montblanc, belonging to the Pilar family. The 3-hectare plot is located about 400 meters above sea level on alluvial soils with a large percentage of calcareous clay, typical of Conca. Els Bardissots is a project that was born in 2016 by Pep Pou, Pilar Rosell and Oriol Artigas, in a mountain range located in the north of the Alella territory. The intention is to recognize the wine legacy of the Vallés Oriental Norte or Baix Montseny. The productions are very small and focus on old vineyard plots of 80 and 90 years old, with old varieties, such as the Beier, a red variety that was very typical of the area and that almost no longer is vinified. The three winegrowers met in 2010, in a viticulture course led by Oriol himself. The illusion for wine leads them to do things in common, and without thinking they end up doing one. Throughout the territory, they decide to give voice to the recovered vineyards that have been about to be forgotten. None of the three companions comes from a wine family, they have gotten into this world without knowing it very well at first ... And that's where "Els Bardissots" comes from, a name related to a type of thorny plant growing on the sidelines. Wines that do not want to fit into any commercial framework, but rather be a revaluation of the oenological potential of the Vallés.
The Region: Conca de Barberà
La Vall d'Albaida This region, traditionally rainfed, is being altered in the landscape due to the low profitability of the field, and in particular, of rainfed products. Where before there were olive trees, vineyards, almond trees, cereals and carob trees, now, with drip irrigation, we find orange trees, persimmons, pomegranates ... This worries the winery, as well as not being able to live with dignity from the land, and it is For this reason, they set themselves the challenge of creating a small winery to defend their vineyards.
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