Marrugat Brut
Tasting Notes:
Brilliant appearance. Gives off a considerable amount of small and medium-sized bubbles. A good quantity of carbon dioxide causes persistent foam to form in the glass. The color is pale straw yellow. The Aroma is intense. Tertiary aromas from the second fermentation mingle with the aromas from the primary fermentation to give a distinctive bouquet. Frank on the palate with tastes developed in the bottle. Good body. Smooth and silky, the carbonic content keeps it fresh and lively, providing a long finish.

Macabeo, Parellada, Xarel·lo

The three grape varieties are fermented separately and then blended before a second fermentation process, which takes place in the bottle for more than twelve months.

Vinification process:
12 months

Aging process:

Limited Production
Alcohol Contents:
11,5% Vol

Main aromas and flavors:
Lime and green apple

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