The Garnacha Blanca wine is a mediterranean variety that derives from a mutation of the Garnacha Noir. From the 40.000 hectars that exist in the world, 25.000 are located in the spanish Mediterranean, between Navarra, Rioja, Aragon and Catalonia.
The area that developped and protected the White Garnacha the most, is without any doubt the region of Terra Alta. In this region they identified and promoted the white wines of the Ribera d’Ebre of Tarragona, respecting and elaborating that variety.
Some of them are elaborated through fermentation and aged in barrels because Granach blanc wines need to age in order to taste better.
In that way, wines with a good body and high alcohol content are created. Shades of yellow are the dominating colours and their aromas are floral and fruity with a taste of understory, which confers originality to the wine. In the mouth it is soft, it has the right fat content and balance, with evident acidity and warmth, although you can also feel the freshness.
Edetaria Blanc 2010
Bàrbara Forés Blanc 2011
Odysseus Garnatxa Blanca 2011
Jordi Miró Garnacha Blanca 2011
Garnatxa Sols 50cl