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Albet I Noya – ‘Lignum’ Negre

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Spain
Catalunya
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Red

The Facts

Origins Spain > Catalunya > Penedes

Appellation Penedes

Varietal Red Blend

Cepage 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 33% Grenache

Winemaking Fermented for 7 days at 26ºC. Macerated for 6-10 days and two pumped overs per day. Not cold stabilized.

Aging 12 months in 225L Allier oak barrels

Markets California

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The Character

Overall Rich & Sultry

Aromas Vanilla, Balsamic, Fine Cacao, Ripe Fruit

Mouthfeel Structured & Meaty

Tasting Notes Deep cherry red. Aromas of vanilla, balsamic hints typical of Garnatxa, fine cacao and ripe fruit. In the mouth it is well structured, meaty and full-bodied with mature tannins, balsamic.

Sustainability 2018 - Certified Organic, Vegan

The Story

Made from the noblest varieties, from North and South of the Pyrenees, this is a versatile wine that can accompany any meal or discussion. Join in the conversation with Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnatxa and Merlot.

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About Albet I Noya

Brand Story

Albet i Noya represents five generations of the Albet family’s legacy of organic viticulture on the Can Venderell estate in Penedès, Spain. Brothers Josep and Antoni now manage 80 hectares of organic vineyards where they have planted and introduced over 20 different grape varieties. Most of their vineyards are in the mountains of Ordal, where the altitude and soil rich in clay, sand and limestone create a unique terroir.


Brand Story

Albet i Noya represents five generations of the Albet family’s legacy of organic viticulture on the Can Venderell estate in Penedès, Spain. Brothers Josep and Antoni now manage 80 hectares of organic vineyards where they have planted and introduced over 20 different grape varieties. Most of their vineyards are in the mountains of Ordal, where the altitude and soil rich in clay, sand and limestone create a unique terroir.

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