Succés Vinicola La Trompa
1 in stock
Region: Concha de Barberà, Spain
Grape varieties: 100% Trepat
Succés Vinicola Patxanga Rosé is what you want in a summertime rosé: juicy watermelon and red berries, bright lemon acidity, and a refreshing finish. Made from 100% Trepat from organic vineyards in Concha de Barberà. The hand-harvested grapes were direct pressed into stainless steel and spontaneous fermentation. Aged for 5 months in stainless steel, then bottled with a small amount of SO².
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Raspberry, Red Cherry, Red Plum
Fruity & Dry
Cool Red and Orange (58°–62°)
Zero Sulfur Added
Cerda, Llanos y Cia
1 in stock
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Succés Vinicola La Trompa
Succés Vinicola La Trompa is a fun and chillable red Trepat at its lightest. Only 3 days of maceration. Lots of red plums, sweet cherry, and minerality on the nose. Seemingly filled with sunshine this is the wine you want when you are laying in a hammock or heading to the beach. Chill it down, sit back, and relax. Bottled unfined, unfiltered, and with no SO².
About Succés Vinicola
Albert and Mariona created Succés Vinícola together when they were just 20 years old and fresh out of school. Albert comes from a family of grape growers and wanted to create his own company with Mariona to valorize their family’s grapes, as well as to be able to pay better rates to other local farmers who shared their vision for local organic agriculture. Their infectious positive energy is reflected in their personality and their wines. They have pulled off the rather difficult trick of creating simple and fun wines that everyone will enjoy yet which are produced naturally with respect for the growers and the land. Nearly all of the grapes come from vineyards owned by Albert’s family that they farm themselves, and they purchase a small number of grapes from producers in Serral and Barbera de Conca. New vintages are released in the early spring so that they can settle naturally during the winter to avoid any fining or treatments. Since 2019, all of the cuvées are vinified and bottled without any added SO2.