A selective harvest is done of the best clusters of 60 years oldvine Sumoll. The bunches are then transported to an ancient haybarn, where they are hung to dry for more than 4 months in the breeze until the desired level of sugar concentration is reached. After vinification the wine ages in new French oak barrels for 9 months.
A seductively cherry rosé color with a finely intense bouquet to match. A medley of autumn aromas ranging from fresh orangeblossom honey to dried tart cherries and plums with touches of dried Spanish jasmine, pink rose and candied citron zest. The creamy palate echoes the nose with deepening flavors of lemondrops, quince preserves or membrillo, and balsamic reduction maintaining a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity throughout the finish.
Advent Sumoll 2010, 90 points Parker, 94 points Guia Peñin.
Advent Sumoll 2009, 93 points Guía Peñin