Elaboration of Bach Extrisimo Semi Dulce 375ml 2012
Bach Extrisimo Semi Dulce 375ml 2012 (Chardonnay, Macabeo and Xarel·lo)
Crisp and bright. yellow color with golden tones. Intense and persistent. Complex fruity and floral aroma with notes of chamomile, acacia, bergamot and honey. Rounded with fine wood notes. Good structure and balance sweetness and acidity. Light touch of wood. full mouth that lasts over time.
Pairing: perfect for pastries, foie and blue cheeses. also a good accompaniment to appetizers, seafood and fish stews.
The history of Bach takes us back to 1915 when the brothers Pere and Ramón Bach i Escopet moved to Sant Esteve Sesrovires from Barcelona and purchased the "Can Estrada" estate, which dates back to the XVIII century. Thanks to the revenues they obtained from the cotton trade, the Bach brothers were able to invest in starting up a winery which they gradually extended, buying up new plots until they amassed a total of 365 hectares. The 1920 harvest, made up of the Xarel·lo and Macabeo varietals, marked the long awaited inauguration of BachMore about the Winery
Reviews of Bach Extrisimo Semi Dulce 375ml 2012
It had an intense colour. Notes of white fruits such as apples. It was light.
Yummy with a sea food, as you say on this website.
Bach Extrísimo Semidulce Blanco 375ml 2016
Its intense colour attracted me. The 2015 smelled like banana. Caramel flavour.
Bach Blanco Dulce 375ml 2015
A white for any occassion.
A wine to drink with your family.