Appellation: Vi.
Cuvée: L’Ermot.
Colour: White.
Grapes: Macabeu.
About: shows the diversity and quality of Macabeu, which is rarely used for varietal wines here, being usually blended into Cava. This wine has a strikingly rich, viscous texture, and toasty character, which comes from the age of the vines, there’s no oak used.


Location: Pla del penedes.
Size ha: 1.
Age: vines planted in 1942.
Soils: clay limestone.
Exposition: north.
Altitude: 230m.
Training: gobelet.
Farming: organic, with the emphasis to protect soil moisture and microbial activity.
Average yield hl/ha: 40.
Climate: Mediterranean.


Hand harvested fruit is pressed direct to stainless tank to ferment, the malo happens naturally and the wine is bottled in the Spring when it’s fallen clear.

Vintage Notes 2017

Yield hl/ha: 20.
Harvested: .
Bottles produced: 2,500.
Date bottled: 2018-03.
Alcohol %: 13.25.
SO2 Total: 9.
Tasting: lemon sherbet and toasty peach always define this rich but airy wine, buttery texture, and salty acidity drive the energy.

Vintage notes 2019
A hot, dry summer followed a wet winter and spring so the wines are both very ripe and reasonably juicy.
Yield hl/ha: 26.
Date Harvested: early September.
Bottles produced: 3,600.
Date bottled: 2020-04.
Alcohol: 12.81 %.
SO2 Total: <10.
Tasting: super, clean, rich, ripe, saline, vegetal peach and melon fruit, earth and black pepper core, fresh.