Lágrima de Tramuntana Son Vich 2019
- Bodega: Son Vich de Superna
- Year: 2019
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Teardrop rosé wine from the coldest Tramuntana vineyards that provide fresh aromas and balanced acidity. The destemmed and crushed grapes are
pressed directly at low pressure, obtaining the tear must. The settling is static cold for 72 hours. The fermentation is the result of a meticulous study of 7 vintages in which it has been chosen to select yeasts from Provence. It ferments at 16ºC and does not perform malolactic.
Very pale pink color, with orange reflections typical of the mantonegro grape. On the nose we find red fruits, such as strawberry and raspberry, citrus notes of grapefruit, white ﬂ owers, and delicate balsamic memories with a sweet finish. On the palate it appears with a glyceric entry, unctuous, with an elegant texture and a persistent, harmonious, balanced and appetizing finish.
Accompany with grilled vegetables, fish in sauce, rice, omelettes, musaka and Italian cuisine. Optimum consumption temperature 8-10ºC
Bodega Son Vich de Superna is a family winery in Mallorca located in the highest part of the island, the Serra de Tramuntana, declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
We have 9 hectares of vineyards and produce around 45,000 bottles a year. We make 7 wines, 4 reds, 1 white, 1 black white and 1 "blush" rosé. Our wines have several awards and the protected geographical indications (PGI) "Serra De Tramuntana - Costa Nord" and "Vi de la Terra Mallorca". At the same time, we have the recognition of "Viticoltura Eroica CERVIM" which recognizes mountain and island producers. The varieties worked are the following: Viognier, Mantonegro, Prensal Blanc, Ull de llebre, Gorgollasa, Cabernet sauvignon.
A distinctive factor that characterizes Bodega Son Vich de Superna is our PGI "Serra de Tramuntana - Costa Nord" and the height of our vineyards, over 450 metres above sea level, 600 metres for the Gorgollasa variety. This height, the characteristics of the soil of the different plots and the particular climate of the Superna Valley, give our wines a freshness and very interesting and different organoleptic properties.
Since 2006, Son Vich de Superna, in the heart of the Tramuntana, has been dedicated to making quality wines and respecting the natural environment as much as possible. Vineyards with a thick layer of natural vegetation, minimum tillage, reasoned agriculture, the exclusive use of organic products and the practice of sheep grazing to control weeds and fertilize the plots naturally. These practices are part of our way of conceiving viticulture and are also ancestral agricultural traditions of the Serra de Tramuntana.
Sara Martínez Beltrán, an agricultural technical engineer and graduate in oenology, with experience in France, Italy, Chile, New Zealand and Spain, is responsible for the technical part of the estate.