History: The mas—the Catalan country house—bears witness to the agricultural life of the land. It is a self-sufficient space: a home for the family, a cellar for wine, and land for the vineyards. A most original mas sits near the Foix river, shielded by an ancient holm oak. The country house dates from the 14th century and is a landmark in local wine and olive oil production. Mas Rabell and its vineyards have been in the Torres family for three generations.
Tasting note: Pale gold color. Delicate white floral and tropical fruit (pineapple) aroma. Fresh and firm on the palate, with a fine streak of fruit acidity.