Pale yellow colour. An elegant aroma of great complexity with distinct notes of white fruit such as pear, fresh apple and vine peach from the base wine, on a base of pastry notes. On the palate, the bubbles blend with the pastry notes, giving a long and fruity finish.
The roots of Sumarroca can be traced back to the hamlet of Llimiana, in Pallars Jussà, which is where multiple generations of the Sumarroca family dedicated their lives to the vineyards. In the early 1980s, Carles Sumarroca relocated to Penedés, where he bought the Molí Coloma country estate in Subirats and the Heretat Sabartés country estate in Banyeres del Penedés.
In 1999, he bought the symbolic country estate of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, which was renamed Finca Sumarroca.
The Sumarroca family’s passion for the earth, their working spirit and continuous innovation, their use of autochthonous varieties and introducing foreign ones, and implementing new production systems and processes have all contributed to making this one of the most respected Cava estates.