Produced from the three traditional Penedès sparkling varieties and aged for more than 70 months, it maintains all the balance and freshness of Nadal’s Salvatge range
Torrelavit, 8th October 2019 – This year, Nadal presents its new Corpinnat Salvatge Brut Nature 2013, a sparkling wine from the Salvatge range produced without the addition of liqueur d’expedition and aged for more than 60 months in the winery’s original cellar. Produced from their harvest of three traditional Penedès varieties: Macabeu, Xarel.lo, and Parellada, the new wine offers the characteristic freshness of Nadal’s Salvatge range along with the subtle notes of nuts and baked goods so typical of extended ageing in the bottle.
Nadal’s Salvatge range dates back to their1984 harvest. This unusually cold and wet year resulted in their first “salvatge (wild)” wines. The second-generation Nadal producers, headed by Enric Nadal Rigol, decided to continue producing the distinctive sparkling wine, which has become synonymous with the unique style of the Nadal winery. The first Salvatge went on sale after maturing for three years in the cellar. The rest tempered its character, and it was immediately well-received.
With little more than 5,000 bottles produced, the new Salvatge Brut Nature 2013 is a well-balanced sparkling wine in the style of a vintage brut nature, with all the guarantees of a bottle produced under the UE Corpinnat brand.