The typicity of Bruberry Blanc comes from its grapes from small extraordinary quality vineyards of the D.O. Montsant.
Deep yellow with greenish notes.
Aromas of white fruits, like peach with a subtle tropical touch.
Well balanced, with mineral notes. Complex and persistent after taste.
Located in the town of Marcà's former cooperative, a building dedicated to winemaking since the start of the last century, this emerging Montsant winery stands out due to its work with the area's historic varieties: Garnacha and Cariñena. The wines are subtle, fragrant and complex, and take their names (Brunus and Santbru) from the founder of the Carthusian Monastic Order, Saint Bruno of Cologne. Carthusian monks have had a presence in the Priorat region since 1194 and instigated the cultivation of vines.
Controlled temperature fermentation in concrete tanks of 600 liters (Macabeo).
Controlled temperature fermentation in stainless steel (White Grenache) concrete tanks of 600 liters (Macabeo). This different shape of deposits allows a natural and permanent flow of the lees, what will offer more structure and softness.
Grapes from small vineyards of extraordinary quality and calcareous-clay land.
Grapes from small vineyards of extraordinary quality and calcareous-clay land. They are planted in high density using individual goblet vine formation with narrow frames of 1 × 2 meters. The climatology of the area is purely Mediterranean with slight Continental characteristics in those vineyards located in the North and at the highest elevations of the D.O. Montsant (700-800 meters) in Cornudella). White Grenache comes from the area of Marçà.