Casta: 50% Garnacha branca, 50% Viura (Macabeu)
Teor alcoólico: 15 %
Tamanho da garrafa: 750ml
Cor: Amarelo claro, reflexos verdes.
Nariz: Sutil, elegante, complexo, com notas de erva-doce.
Boca: Seco, equilíbrio entre maciez e frescor, boa acidez e toque de frutas brancas.
CONSELHOS PARA SERVIR
Pode ser decantado por 30 minutos antes do serviço.
Harmonização: lagosta, pratos com camarões, peixe branco grelhado, frango assado, torta de queijos.
Tempo de guarda: 10 anos.
Robert Parker 94/100
Avaliações dos Especialistas
Robert Parker 94
The top white is the 2013 Coma Blanca, which is a blend of grapes from four different plots planted with Macabeo and Garnacha Blanca from diverse soils (their property has incredibly varied soils, quite unusual for Priorat). It might be a tad lighter and less concentrated, with more acidity and freshness, but it's not a shy or wimpy white -- it packs 15% alcohol. It contains approximately half of each variety and it matured for six months in 500-liter French and Austrian oak barrels. The nose is subtle, with elegance and incipient complexity, even though it still feels very young. With time and air it starts showing some notes of fennel, more insinuating compared with the Coma Alta, which is more obvious. This has a superb balance and it should age nicely in bottle. It ends dry and with strong minerality. Again, this is (one of) the best vintage(s) for this wine. 2,761 bottles were produced and bottled in May 2014.