Lata Bach Blanco Semidulce

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Wine made from the varieties xarel-lo, parellada, macabeo and muscat. Intense on the nose, with predominant aromas of white and yellow fruit, on a floral background. Smooth and slightly sweet on the palate, it is one of the most popular whites in our country and now you can enjoy it in this new format with fish, crustaceans and white meats.

Bach presents three wines in cans and becomes the essential ready to drink to enjoy wherever and whenever you want. Having a good glass of wine wherever you want can stop being a challenge thanks to the new Bach wine cans. The winery with over 100 years of history has reinvented itself and invites us to enjoy wine in a different way. A revolution that breaks down the barriers between tradition and modernity, inviting us to toast with wine at any time, occasion and place. A free container, with no strings attached, that allows you to take your passion for wine wherever you go in a new sustainable and 100% recyclable format.

Varieties and Analysis


Contains sulfites


Alcohol volume (%)

Macabeo, Muscat, Parellada, Xarel·lo


White wine



Suitable for vegans
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The Winery

The Bach winery has very long tradition of winemaking, with a history that goes back to 1915 in Sant Esteve Sesrovires (in the province of Barcelona).  However, it was not until the Universal Exhibition in Barcelona in 1929 that the first bottles were launched.  Many years have passed since then, but the winery remains steadfast in its faithful adherence to the original spirit of the winery: quality, originality and personality in all of the wines and cavas that it makes.

Elaboration - Vinification

These wines are made following modern winemaking techniques. 

They come from selected vineyards fermented at controlled temperatures to preserve all the primary flavors and aromas of each variety.

Vineyard - Viticulture

Selection of grapes and own vineyards.

Selection of grapes and own vineyards.

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