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Acústic Blanc 2018

Acústic Blanc

2018
Montsant (Spain)

Produced from a coupage of Garnacha Blanca (60%), Macabeo (25%), Garnacha Roja or Gris (10%) and Xar...

Other bottle sizes and vintages

£10.75

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Acústic Blanc 2018

Producer

Alcohol content

14.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2018

Review

Produced from a coupage of Garnacha Blanca (60%), Macabeo (25%), Garnacha Roja or Gris (10%) and Xarel·lo or Pansal (5%).

A bright, straw-yellow colour, the wine displays fresh fruit aromas on the nose, with herbal and floral notes. It is complex and flavoursome on the palate, with fruit notes.

Partially fermented in new French oak barrels (30%).

Tasting notes

  • ViewStraw yellow
  • Bouquet:Fresh fruit
  • Mouth:Complex

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by: F Lallema (10/07/2019) - Vintage 2016

Vin élégant et fin

Un très bon vin blanc qui peut accompagner tout le repas. Nous avons bien aimé sa délicatesse et sa légèreé.

by: Donvatro (20/05/2019) - Vintage 2016

Très agréable

Très bon vin. L'assemblage de ces différentes variétés de raisins est vraiment sympa. Pour l'apéro fromage... Idéalement , le conserver 1 an avant de le boire

by: Pete O (13/06/2017) - Vintage 2015

Great white!!

Superb white wine, flavours of wild flowers, white fruit, fennel with a good minerality. Really in its element when partnered with food and has become a go to wine. It is fresh, well balanced and vibrant. Keep coming back for more.

by: Cliente Vinissimus (30/08/2017) - Vintage 2015

Genial

Quien dijo que el blanco no liga con carnes. Perfecto. Y que decir acompañando una tabla de quesos? O simplemente para amenizar una velada

Acústic Celler

Acústic Celler

Acústic Celler is the personal project of Albert Jané (of Jané Ventura, Penedès) in the Montsant appellation, with a very specific philosophy: advocating a return to traditional vine-growing methods, by avoiding an excessive use of technology and allowing the vineyards full expression of their particular character in the most natural way possible.