The word Extremarium in Latin indicates a border, or more allegorically a barrier. This natural barrier is identified with the mountains that surround the farmhouse of Mont Marçal. In the past, these mountains was a natural defense and a limit against the enemies in this area. Nowadays it is also characterized by an intact bucolic landscape where the land is prepared to receive every year the fruits of the vines. From 24 to 30 months on their own lees.
Grapevine: 35% Xarel.lo, 25% Macabeo, 20% Parellada, 20% Chardonnay.
Dosage: 8 g/l (Brut).
Color: Bright light yellow with perfect bubbles and an excellent mousse.
Aroma: Fresh and clean with toasted coffee notes and even coconut and vanilla and some scent of peach and grapefruit. Minerals and white flowers tones.
Taste: Fresh and fruity, light but well bodied due to yeasts, very pleasant are the dried fruit notes.
Serving temperature: between 6°C – 8°C in flut wine glass.
Pairing: Fish courses, fresh goat cheese or as aperitif.