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Bach Viña Extrísima Blanco Seco 2019

Bach Viña Extrísima Blanco Seco





Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019


/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Bach Viña Extrísima Blanco Seco 2019


Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Food pairing

Crustaceans / White meats / Aperitifs / Fish / Molluscs

Tasting notes

  • ViewBright / Clear / Pale yellow
  • Bouquet:White flowers / Ripe fruit / Higly aromatic / Elegant / Fresh / Green apple / Pineapple / Fruit aromas / Floral scents / Camomile tea
  • Mouth:Balanced / Persistent / Fresh / Long / Intense / Rich / Croccante

Customer reviews

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by: David S (27 Jul) - Vintage 2019

Dependable everyday wine

Great for just that extra glass or two on a summers day and a perfect aperitif.

by: Richard (3 Jul) - Vintage 2019


Nice fresh wine. Great with fish. Service excellent as usual.

by: Sandy (21/05/2019) - Vintage 2018

Excellent Dry White

Very pleasant wine that's smooth on the palate with no aftertaste. Lovely with a meal or for sipping on a summers evening. Highly recommended.

by: Sue (10/04/2019) - Vintage 2018

Discovered this in Spain - ordered from the UK

During a three month stay In Alicante province, I discovered Bach Vina Extisima. It has just the right balance of dryness and lightness which makes it very drinkable. On my return to the UK I tried to find a stockist, but failed. I am very pleased to be able to access this wine from Vinissumus and it is well worth the shipping costs to the UK. Hopefully, I will soon be relocating to Spain where I will be able to easily access it again.

by: Jacqueline smith (05/04/2019) - Vintage 2018

Great wine and. Good service

This one is one of our favourites . We get such good service always order from the. Ordered Sunday evening delivered Thursday morning. Excellent !

Masia Bach

Masia Bach

In 1915, brothers Pere and Ramon Bach i Escopet acquired the Can Estrada estate and gradually increased their holding with the purchase of new estates until obtaining 365 hectares. The project they had in mind was the production of wines intended for ageing and for this purpose they built a cellar, 95 metres in length, which was later enlarged. The first bottles of Bach appeared at the 1929 Barcelona Universal Exposition. Sadly, Ramon died in the Civil War and in 1942 his bro...