Twenty centuries ago, in the former Ceretania (now Cerdanya), rural estates would have a “vine field” and produce their own wine. On the green mountain slopes of Riu de Cerdanya, at an altitude of 1.250 metres above sea level, Indret recovers the Catalan tradition of high-altitude wines, revealing that the high altitude viticulture has a bright future due to the climate change.
Riu de Cerdanya (Tossal de Torrelles)
Parellada & Muscat de Frontinyac
This wine is remarkable for its aromatic intensity with a prominent presence of white fruits and floral notes. An elegant, smooth wine, the result of the climatological conditions of the year 2017 and the youthful vines. Good acidity makes this wine fresh and gives it a highly-nuanced aftertaste.
Indret de Cerdanya Can Sala