Vinyes Singulars Sumoll Barmei
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Region: Catalunya, Spain
Grape varieties: Sumoll
Vinyes Singulars Sumoll Barmei is a fantastic Spanish rosado made from the little planted Sumoll grape. Cherry, licorice, and lilacs.
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About Vinyes Singulars Sumoll Barmei
About Vinyes Singulars
Established in 1405, 23rd-generation vineyard-manager and winemaker Ignasi Segui is currently at the helm of his family’s property in Penedès, Spain. With vines as old as 50-60 years, he grows twelve grape varieties. Ignasi also grows olives, wheat, and nuts. He uses organic and biodynamic methods to ensure a balanced ecosystem. Ignasi is well acquainted with regional history and age-old tradition. However, Vinyes Singulars is a winery based around progress and experimentation. They make around 25 different wines. There are 10-15 core cuvées, and the rest take inspiration from the yields of the given vintage. Field blends are central to production, as they offer freedom for the wines to evolve from year to year. Chestnut barrels, amphorae, and stainless steel are prime cellar vessels. No sulfur additions at any point of winemaking.
Sumoll is a black grape variety. It is a rustic variety, native from the Penedès region in Catalonia. Drought resistant and with uniform development. The grape is long and big. It is used to produce red, white, rosé wines, and cava. Young wine from Sumoll grape has a slight roughness that disappears with aging. Its production is low and treatment for achieving quality wines requires high skills in wine production.