Earth: Garbet has a slate soil, poor in organic matter. In its struggle to reach water, vines develop very deep roots. This effect is later reflected in the structure & the elegant minerality of the wine.
Fire: Many sunny days & a scarce pluviometry allow the grapes to reach the optimum ripeness point. Peralada regulates the vines hydrocarbon stress with a drop irrigation system.
Air: The strong winds of Tramontana reduce the presence of microorganisms in a natural way.
Water: The influence of the sea has a thermoregulatory effect on the vines. It avoids the extreme temperatures & reflects the solar light.
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