Our Primicia label holds particularly pleasant memories for us: it was the name given to the very first wine we ever bottled.
To make cask fermented Primicia White Garnacha we select grapes of different ripeness. These are sourced from vineyards with an average age of 20 years and each vine yields about 3 kilos of fruit. This results in a complex fruity aroma with hints of citrus and fine wood.
A full-bodied white wine with just enough acidity. It has a lingering finish and goes particularly well with oven-baked fish.
The grapes are carefully selected at the winery and, after destemming and crushing, undergo skin maceration for a few hours in stainless steel tanks. In the final stage of its alcoholic fermentation the wine is racked to casks then, for several months prior to bottling it remains on lees to impart a mellow roundness and body.
Silver Bacchus - Bacchus Wine international Competition 2015
Silver Medal - Grenaches du Monde 2015
Grand Diamond. International Competition: Wine and Women Awards 2015