Varieties: 48% Red Grenache, 20 Carignan, 17% Syrah and 17% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Origin of the name: La Tramuntana, called Cercium in the chronicles of Roman historians, has always marked the character of the people and wines of the Empordà. Cercium wine comes from the vineyards of Mas Llunes, grown in Garriguella on rough terrain and heavily influenced by this strong wind that blows from the north.
Elaboration: The grapes of 25-year-old vines planted in slate soil were harvested by hand. The different varieties fermented separately in refrigerated stainless fermentation tanks at a temperature of 20ºC. Two daily rises were made, uncovering at 20-25 days of fermentation start, depending on variety. The incubation prolongation was determined by tasting. Malolactic fermentation was performed in tank. It underwent minimal clarification and filtration treatments before bottling. Aged for three months in oak barrels.
Service: Serve between 14 and 16ºC.
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