The elaboration of this rosé cava requires a technique different from all the other cavas.
The reddish tones provided by the Monastrell (like the color of strawberries) are clean, without oxidation and with a persistent white crown.
The aroma is elegant, the notes of forest fruits (strawberries, blackberries, currants) predominate.
The texture silky and the bouquet harmonious. In the mouth it is perfectly rounded.
Fresh from making his fortune in the Americas and with a mind full of ideas and ambitious projects, Agustí Vilaret founded the Mont-Ferrant winery in 1865. Thus, he bought Mas Ferrant in the town of Blanes (Girona) and with the aim of becoming a champagne maker he planted vineyards, built a new winery and acquired the necessary tools to make the first Mont-Ferrant cava. Since then, Mont-Ferrant cavas have stood out for developing a personality marked by deep acidity, great aging capacity and a character that is difficult to forget.
Maceration of the must with the skin of the grape.
Maceration of the must with the skin of the grape. The first must- used for the future base wine- is obtained by a brief maceration of the must with skins. This produces an enrichment of aromas which bring to mind ripe berries (strawberries, blackberries and currants). Fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16 ° C and second fermentation in the bottle.
Made with grapes from local growers.
Mont-Ferrant is supplied with grapes from local growers.