A baby orange from Spain that wears Prada.
The Suriol “Brisat” Orange is done in a lighter, fresher style. Orange blossoms and Grapefruit Supremes coupled with loads of finesse and cashmere-like softness. Bottled early morning light.
- The Suriol “Brisat” Orange is made in the Penedes region by Assís Suriol and his family, who have been farmers since the 1600s.
- In 1890 the Phylloxera epidemic killed all the vines at Cellers de Can Suriol, and they had to regraft new vines on American rootstock ten years later.
- In the 1990s, the Suriol family made the switch over to Organic Viticulture, where they discontinued the use of pesticides, herbicides and implemented biodynamic viticultural practices.
- This Orange is made from a mixture of Parellada, Sumoll Blanc, Garnatxa Blanca and Moscatell, fermented for five days on its skins and three months in underground concrete tanks.
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- Going to outdoor swimming holes with friends.
- Itty bitty kaleidoscopes.