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DO Montsant

Bodegas Sumarroca The D.O. Montsant wine appellation encompasses a land where, for many centuries, the surrounding countryside has blended seamlessly with growing grapes and where even the old vines, cared for as if they were real treasures, are the veritable pillars of the region’s history. PHILOSOPHY For 10 years, the D.O. Montsant and its member wineries – currently numbered at 57 wineries and 44 private labels – have been faced with a great challenge: that of carving a place for themselves in the competitive and demanding world of wine. It has been tough and it still is tough. In order to face this ongoing challenge, we know must remain true to a certain way of thinking. And in the Montsant winemaking region with 1,900 hectares of vineyard and a global production of 5 million bottles, we are true to high standards of quality and we firmly believe in our unique.
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Cava Sabartés Rosado

DO Cava, Spain (90% Pinot Noir, 10% Garnacha) 750mL Layered mid-pink colour. Intense cava with elegant notes of red fruit including redcurrants and strawberries, with a refreshing mineral background. Delicate on the palate, with a flavour of medium intensity and an elegant, refined character that perfectly reflects the land where it is grown. Maceration in press at low temperatures to draw the most from the variety’s colour and personality. Static filtration for 24 hours and fermentation in stainless steel vats at 16ºC. Aged in stacks for around 20 months. Alcohol: 11.85% vol. Residual sugar: 6.3 g/l Total acidity: 3.70 g/l pH: 3.29   SU02.
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Bodegas Sumarroca

CAVA SABARTÉS ROSADO (90% PINOT NOIR, 10% GARNACHA) OVERVIEW Location: Covering 403.8 ha, the Sumarroca estate lies between the villages of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia and Monistrol d’Anoia (Alt Penedès). White varieties planted: Parellada, Macabeu, Xarel·lo, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat and Gewürztraminer. Red varieties planted: Tempranillo, Merlot, Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon. Soil type: chalky, loamy clay soil, with medium-low organic material content. ORIGINS OF SUMARROCA The origins of the winemaking craft of these cellars lie in the village of Llimiana, in Pallars Jussà. This is where various generations of the Sumarroca family devoted themselves to growing vines, as they still do today in the county of Penedès. At the beginning of the ‘80s, this family winery moved to Penedès, where they bought the Molí Coloma estate (36 ha) at Subirats and Heretat Sabartés (25 ha) at Banyeres del Penedès. In 1983, the production facilities were located at.
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DO Cava

Bodegas Sumarroca  (Subirats, Barcelona) Cavas Masachs  (Torrelles de Foix, Barcelona) History The origin of Cava is associated to the splendour of Catalan viticulture by mid XIXth century. The studies of microbiology carried out by Louis Pasteur applied to wine, involved a control of the second fermentation in the bottle and the discovery of cork allowed to avoid the losing of bubbles produced in the wine. The Champenoise or traditional method was born this way. In the XIXth century some families from Sant Sadurní d’Anoia started to investigate that new technique of elaboration applied to vineyards on the area, as a result of their studies and attempts related to the prestigious Institut Agrícola Català de Sant Isidre. Cava was born consequently achieving its own peculiar identity different from any other sparkling wine of quality. In 1872 the first bottles of Cava were produced in the town of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia following.
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