Brunus Blanc is made with white Grenache from the southern part of the Montsant DO, from vines between 20 and 30 years old planted in clay-limestone soils. In an area with a Mediterranean climate and continental features that give the wine a pleasant freshness.
Pale yellow with greenish reflections.
Great floral and white fruit aromatic intensity with a background of tropical notes.
Voluminous in the mouth and with a very pleasant finish.
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.
Manual harvest in 20 kg. boxes, selection of the vines in the field and in the winery, and fermentation at about 17º to maintain all the aromas.
Subsequent work with its lees.