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BiodyRevitalisation of the soil and the natural defences of the vine by using natural inputs and energy; ultra-reduced doses of sulphurNatVinification without any inputs and/or added sulphur; extremely low or no sulphur contentSO2No sulphite is added during vinification, only natural sulphites are present.
is obviously in 100% BobalThe grapes are harvested by hand and then vatted for a skin contact maceration, which is a biodynamic process. Once the grapes have been harvested by hand, they are vatted for a skin maceration.
After crushing, the musts ferment one after the other and are added to prolong the fermentation of the whole. Only indigenous yeasts are used in the two fermentation phases(alcoholic and malolactic).
BB Bobal is bottled without filtration and without added sulphur(except (in exceptional cases and in homeopathic doses), after having rested for seven months in stainless steel vats.
BB Bobal reveals notes of candy, sweet flowers, fresh fruit, violet and thyme. On the palate, a lot of distinction: straightforward acidity and morello cherry, ripe plum, black pepper, a little saline touch on the finish.
We advise you to taste it well chilled, it will be even more appreciated!
Partida Creus - Massimo Marchiori and Antonella Gerosa in Bonastre, Catalonia
Partida Creus is a winery located in Bonastre in the province of Tarragona, in southern Catalonia. The Massif de Bonastre is a quiet, unspoilt area of the Penedès appellation, which in the past has been known mainly for its lower-end wines.
It's quite different in Partida Creus: an Italian couple of architects from the Langhe region(that of Barolo), decided in 2007 to leave Barcelona in search of peace and nature.
When Antonella and Massimo moved to Bonastre, they found many abandoned vineyards and a dizzying variety of local grape varieties that had been forgotten, or were even threatened with extinction because they were not allowed to have their own appellation.
They took over these vines and gave them a new life through organic farming and natural winemaking. As partners of Slow Food, they apply the movement's philosophy to their crops.
For them, it is a work of love whose essence can be tasted in each of their exquisite bottles.