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La Rumbera Oriol Artigas - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Allela La Bella Pansa Blanca Oriol Artigas 2016 ORANGE WINE

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One Line Description Allela La Bella Pansa Blanca Oriol Artigas 2016, Natural wine, rare grape, elegant and complex orange wine.
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country Spain Spanish
Region Penedes, Spain
Producer Oriol Artigas
Vintage 2016
Wine Type Orange Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend Pansa Blanca
Alcohol 12%
Terroir Mediterranean, granite soils called Sauló and native vines
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Years although these wines in youth are energetic, alive and delicious.
Production Detail Biodynamic, wild yeast, no fining, no filtration, very low or no sulphur added, fermetations in various vessels and amphorae
Special Features Zero Added Sulphites (Sulphur), Vegan
Decanter Specialist Organic Wine Retailer 2017 Winner


Allela La Bella Pansa Blanca Oriol Artigas 2016, Natural wine, rare grape, elegant and complex orange wine. This wine made from the Pansa Blanca grape, a magnificent example of orange wine showing the grape's strength and character. The wines from Artigas truly are delicious, individual, beguiling, 'I don't know why I love it, I just do. No wonder it is called 'La Bella'!

Located 15 kilometers north Barcelona, at just 220 hectares Alella is one of the Spains smallest DO's. The proximity to the Mediterranean, granite soils called Sauló, and a plethora of native vines has inspired few growers to work and protect this area from extinction. There is no doubt that the quiet revolutionary Oriol Artigas is at the vanguard of this movement. Oriol began making wine to enjoy with friends, but started his project with the 2011 vintage. His over-arching philosophy is to “cultivate the vineyards in the most natural and least interventionist way possible, to allow the grapes to express in the most intense way the landscape from which it comes.” He works 7.5 hectare in total, with the majority of the vineyards being planted en vaso, very old, and located around his hometown of Vilassar de Dalt.

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