Can Matons Pansa Blanca is a wine that aims to show the expression of the most unique plots of the D.O. Alella: in espalier and in goblet-trained the oldest ones and sauló soil, poor in nutrients, with little water retention and moderate pH. All the plots ferment separately.
Yellow with greenish reflections.
Its aroma is intense, frank and fruity, a reflection of the variety, where the aromas of white fruit and stone with light floral notes stand out.
It is a wine with volume and a long aftertaste.
The winery takes the name of the historic farmhouse (18th century) that stands among its vineyards in Santa María de Martorelles (Vallès Oriental). The common denominator of the wines is the native variety of the area (Pansa blanca) and the uniqueness of the vineyards, all of them historical and, in some cases, planted before the phylloxera. Another common denominator is the care of the vine so that the wine is the most honest expression of the terroir where it was born.
All the plots ferment separately until the blend prior to bottling.
Pressing of the whole grape. Very slow fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16ºC in stainless tanks. All the plots ferment separately until the blend prior to bottling.
Alella is characterized by a sandy-textured soil called sauló, originating from the decomposition of granite.
Alella is characterized by a sandy-textured soil called sauló, originating from the decomposition of granite. It is a soil poor in nutrients, with little retention of water and moderate pH. The planting density is 3,700 vines/Ha with a planting frame of 2.2 × 1.2 m. The vine conduction is in in espalier and the oldest in goblet-trained and we carry out a short pruning.