Sumoll, native of Penedès, can be a wild and productive variety. Wines have the structure of an Italian red, with bright sour cherry fruit, refreshing acidity and dusty tannins. It was only recognised as an official variety in 2009 by the DO, which meant that wine produced until then had to be classified as table wine.
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In the Indigo portfolio you can find Sumoll in Sus Scrofa, a vibrant 100% Sumoll with tons of character and Negre Franc from Celler Pardas; Sumoll is part of the blend in Les Paradetes from Escoda-Sanahuja
a spicy food friendly wine with some nice berry fruit; plus we've just received Sumoll a mineral, red-berry fruited cuvee from Can Rafols dels Caus which makes a great aperitif.