Dreamy summer water.
The Patxanga Rosado is made of 100% Trepat sourced from 40 year old bush-trained vines from Barberà de la Conca in the Northern province of Tarragona in Catalonia, Spain. The vines were direct pressed in stainless steel, spontaneously fermented and aged with zero added sulfur. This rosé is as juicy and as fresh as the watermelon on the label!
- Patxanga has two meanings: it’s a football street game you play with friends, and a type of music played at Summer festivals.
- Trepat is a rising star; this richly colored red grape is typically used in producing Rosé Cavas.
- Mariona Vendrell and Albert Canella met while studying winemaking, fell in love, and started Succés Vinicola in 2011 at the tender age of 20.