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Soma 2020



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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti12.5%

The wine

A single varietal Viognier originating from the vineyard of Sioneta Oliver, a member of the Ribas family, located in the town of Consell. An atypical Mediterranean variety and a recent discovery for the wine-growing world, but one which has shown itself capable of adapting perfectly to the winery's sandy and chalky soils. In Soma, the grape's great aromatic potential is complemented by the special consistency and unctuosity endowed by fermentation on its lees.

Straw-yellow with pale pink flecks, it's clean and bright. It comes over as very aromatic on the nose, with notes of tropical fruit (papaya), cantaloupe melon and hints of white flowers. On the palate it's delicate, fruity, very fresh and velvety. Ideal for accompanying white fish, seafood and oriental cuisine.

What does this wine taste like?

Straw yellow / Pale / Pinkish glints / Clean / Bright
Fruit aromas / Tropical fruits / Papaya / Melon / Floral scents / White flowers
Delicate / Fruit-forward / Fresh / Velvety

Food pairing

White fish, Seafood, Asian cuisine

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Wine making

Vinification materialWood
Ageing period6 months
Barrel ageNew
Type of woodFrench oak


Sioneta Oliver

SoilSand / Limestone

The winery

Bodega Ribas

Bodega Ribas

Bodegas Ribas is considered to be the oldest family winery in Spain. Its origins date back to 1711 and the name of its founder, Pedro Ribas de Cabrera, devoted to working the island’s traditional crops of olives and vines back in the 18th century. Ever since then, generation after generation of the family have continued Pedro's work at Hereus de Ribas, making wine with a commitment to the land, history and heritage. They are currently carrying out research to...