Bach Viña Extrísima Tinto is a seductive red, ideal for lovers of good wine. It is delicately balanced and the elegance provided by its varieties makes it the right wine for all kinds of meals. The first Bach wine acquired the name "Extrísimo" because of how it was known in 1915 to the first quality cotton from Egypt and India, used by the first owners of the Bach winery, the Pere brothers and Ramon Bach, in their past as cotton merchants.
Deep cherry red with ruby and crystal hues.
A wide range of berries, plums, balsamic and spicy notes and hints of cedar.
Supple, enveloping entry, with pleasant notes of candied fruit. Well-balanced and warm, with soft tannins and good persistence.
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.
Bach Viña Extrísima Tinto is known for its traditional vinification process.
Bach Viña Extrísima Tinto is known for its traditional vinification process: the must underwent prefermentative maceration followed by controlled fermentation and then malolactic fermentation. The grapes make a small maceration of hours together with their skins in stainless steel tank and the yeasts are added quickly to carry out the fermentation. After this, it is transferred to another tank to perform the malolactic fermentation. Once finished, the wine will rest for a few months in the tank to soften the tannins.
In order to elaborate Viña Extrísimo Tinto, the vineyards are chosen following criteria of health, maturation, homogeneity and vegetative balance.
In order to elaborate Viña Extrísimo Tinto, the vineyards are chosen following criteria of health, maturation, homogeneity and vegetative balance. To ensure that the vineyard remains active until the harvest without excessive vigor and good exposure to sunlight, but with a slight shading, we use cutting-edge agricultural practices and work together with wine to prepare each grape with its own characteristics of the wine to be made. Most of the vineyards from which the grapes are used are located in order to facilitate drainage and thus avoid excess moisture.