Enric Soler writes: "Single-varietal Xarel-lo from three small plots of land totaling 1.3 hectares. Since 2006, this land has produced a wine that relinquishes neither the seriousness nor the spontaneity of a straightforward wine to be enjoyed in the moment. Its characteristic elegance comes from fermentation and aging in Austrian barrels, built by Franz Stockinger and incorporated in 2016, as well as from two egg-shaped vessels made of Nomblot concrete. The wine ferments and ages for eight months before final assembly. This wine is the one on which its vintage has the greatest impact, and, given its complexity, is the most [intense] to describe at a tasting. Improvissacio means improvisation in English, which is the most exciting and complex part of the music or play. Sometimes that part shows the capacity and experience of an artist."
Vineyard size1.3 ha (total)
Fermentation and aging on the lees for six months in oak casks and concrete eggs
Elevage6 months on the lees in oak casks and concrete eggs
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Total production average3,978 bottles