Parellada and Macabeu, planted on calcareous and mudstone soil. Macerated on the skins for one week, with fermentation and aging in amphora. Left on the lees without stirring for 6 months, bottled unfined, unfiltered and without sulfur. A dry, immensely floral wine, which bursts with salinity and white plum on the nose. The palate is chalky and salty, with lemon, pear, black pepper, and a touch of ginger.