On this occasion, we let the xarel·lo ferment spontaneously in native clay amphorae together with the skins, to make it the winery’s first orange wine. A single-varietal, sulphite-free wine that exalts our taste for experimentation and the evolution of different winemaking techniques.
Amphora Brisat was born from the observation of leaving the skins submerged in the pied de cuve when making Amphora Roja in clay amphorae. Its extraordinary aroma prompted Marta and Maria Elena, our winemakers, to preserve the nuances with the orange technique. Add to this the fact that the amphorae are made from the estate’s own clay, where the remains of an Iberian settlement lie more than 2,000 years ago, and this is the most vivid example of our desire to make wines that express what nature gives us.
The nose is fruity and elegant, with a background of baked apple ending with a subtle banana aroma.
In the mouth it is tasty, with a lot of texture thanks to the skins that have given it tannins.