Its optimal consumption is during the year of its bottling. However, the characteristics of alcohol content and acidity allow Amic Blanco to last for at least three years.
It is the little brother in the Clos d’Agon white family and, unlike its big brother, it aims to be a less complex wine, very fresh and easy to drink. However, the lees work is intended to give it a touch of structure, volume and complexity.
Intense, very fruity and fresh on the nose. Aromas of white flowers and herbaceous notes appear.
In the palate is very fresh, with a soft entry and light bitter touches, which add weight, and saline, which give it freshness.
62% white grenache and 38% gray grenache
6 months on lees in steel tanks.