The “enfant terrible” of Mas d’en Gil. A salty, lively white wine. Its aroma reminds one of the forest floor and almond and peach blossom. In the mouth, it is vertically structured and very subtle, ending with a mineral side and a salty finish.
Coma Alta, the vineyard plot which lends its name to this wine is located at the highest point of the Vall de la Coma, facing north-east.
Age of the Vines:
Vines planted in 2000.
Llicorelles. (different types of slate)
A third of the grapes spend 6 months in 500 Litre barrels.
Bottle aged for 12 months aproximately.
This wine is great with tempura dishes, tuna fish carpaccio, coca de recapte (vegetable bread based dish) and a range of cured goat and sheep’s cheese.
This wine should be served at around 12 °C in a Burgundy style wine glass.