The piece of land known as Comes d’En Pou lies east of the town of Gandesa, at the foothills of the Sierra de Cavalls mountain range. A “Coma” is a shallow hollow in a mountainous terrain. It has a surface area of around 10 hectares including grapevines, olive trees and forest. The soil has a LOAMY TEXTURE with a high proportion of active limestone and a presence of eroded conglomerates. The central part of the hollow has a deep land with a moderate slope lined with terraces. Nevertheless, in both small vineyards of Garnacha Blanca (white Grenache) that make the Dolç, the soil is of PANAL nature.
This wine comes from two small vineyards of Garnacha Blanca (white grenache) planted in the years 1980 and 2000 in the Coma d’En Pou.
Naturally sweet wine made from Garnacha Blanca (white grenache).