12 Volts is a potpourri of the island, representing all parts and varieties – Callet with Manto Negro and some remnant French gear, selected maily from Felanitx (particularly, Portishead, Church) but also parcels in Binissalem. The ‘making regime seeks to promote fruit freshness and is largely reductive to protect acidity in the Callet. It’s fermented in large inox Tiñas and wooden foudre, cool macerated 20 days then aged 9 months in non-impactful oak. Callet-Fogoneu-Syrah (the latter is carbonically handled).
Why 12 Volts?
"12 Volts works like an energy accumulator. It's a wine that connects to the central nervous system and recharges the batteries".
Fresh crystalline red fruits, cranberry, pomegranate seed, violet, strawberry flower. Sweet clay frames delicate, easy-release tannins opening into a running spring-water finish of herbs and sours. Abundant countryside tells of pepperminty garriga, a tug of ocean scent, the feel of a wide open sky.