The Viña Sol of Bodegas Torres: a white wine from Catalonia that contains garnacha blanca and parellada grapes. The Viña Sol is the ideal white to combine with whitefish and fish. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this white according to Drinks&Co users.
“A delicate and fresh white wine from the grape variety typical Catalan Parellada. He offers succulent fresh flavors such as melon and lime, the finish is reminiscent of flint, an ideal companion for warm summer evenings on the terrace, and is now perfectly ready to drink.”
“Tasting notes and food pairing Producer: Bodegas Miguel Torres Comments: In 1962, after studies of oenology, Miguel A. Torres wanted to bring new knowledge to the family. So in a small winery in the mountains of Penedès, fermented first Parellada grapes at low temperature to achieve a fresh and aromatic wine had just been born the first "Viña Sol". Tasting notes: exquisite fruity notes, exalted by fine spicy nuances are appreciated. Soft palate, fine acid, turgid and balanced structure. Highlights the fruity notes (green apple and ripe pineapple) extending into a very nice touch of spice (fennel). Food pairing: Excellent as an aperitif and the brandadas cod, salads, cheese spreads, trout, shellfish and fish in general. Serving temperature: 8-10 ° C.”
“Viña Sol 2015 is a white wine with raising young and fresh spirit and transports us to Mediterranean sun.
Miguel Torres is one of the major figures in the wine sector and quality brandies in Spain and worldwide, with more than 50 brands in the market and presence in over 150 countries.”
- View: Straw yellow with bright reflections.
- Nose: presents marked fruity aromas, green apple and ripe pineapple with fine spicy nuances.
Soft on the palate, balanced and well integrated acidity.
Fresh and fruity aftertaste.”
“Pale to bright yellow. Intense. Emphasize their floral and ripe fruit (banana, pear, apple and peach) with nice touches of citrus (tangerine peel) and a minty background notes. It has strong, fresh, long and sleek body. With a lingering finish.
Pairing: Excellent as an aperitif and as a companion to rice, seafood and fish.”
“Back in 1962, having just minished my winemaking studies, I was keen to offer the family some new knowledge. So, in a small inland winery, we fermented parellada grapes at low tenperature for the first time to obtain a fresher, more aromatic wine: This was how the first Viña Sol came into being. Fruity aroma with hints of apple and pineapple. Smooth, balanced palate witha fine edge. Best served chilled 10ºC.Best served chilled 10ºC.”
“It has a very nice colour. Just approaching the glass close to the nose you can notice pear and banana scents. Light on the palate.
Good wine, but I would not have taken it with fish.
It's a white I like to drink when I'm alone.
It is sold in many wine shops.
Gran Viña Sol Blanc Sec 2010, more than decent wine.
“Intense colour at sight. As soon as I smelled it, I noticed the white flowers scent. Berry flavour.
To combine with seafood from the north of Spain.
My friends loved this Viña Sol.
It is an excellent wine.