2022 Can Sumoi Xarel-lo, Penedès DO, Spain

2022 Can Sumoi Xarel-lo, Penedès DO, Spain

2022 Can Sumoi Xarel-lo, Penedès DO, Spain

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  • Certified Organic
  • Top 100 Winery in the World 2022 (W&S)
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Xarel-lo (pronounced: "sha-rel-lo") is an indigenous grape to Spain and is commonly used in the production of Cava. And man-oh-man does it shine on its own! If you commonly drink white wine, you can't miss this wine! It just might be your new favorite varietal.

Certified Organic. Native yeast fermentation. Fermented and aged in stainless steel with regular lees stirring (provides a rich, creamy texture and added complexity). Unfined and unfiltered. 

Tasting Notes apple and pear, fantastic minerality, and a slight nuttiness
Variety 100% Xarel-lo
Region Penedès DO, Spain
Volume 750ml
Alcohol Volume 12.56%


Can Sumoi, between the forest
and the vineyard in the Montmell

Pepe Raventós’ passion for recovering the landscape and old high mountain vineyards in the heart of the Penedès led him to discover Can Sumoi. An integrated and abandoned estate, dating back to 1645, at 600m above sea level with 20ha of vines over 50 years old and 380ha of forest; a main winery and three late seventeenth century farmhouses where wine used
to be made.

An estate the creates an impression due to the solitude of the place that surrounds it and its magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea, and where, in just six harvests, we have recovered the entire abandoned vineyard, planted anew; and, we are helping to protect the forest that surrounds it. In addition to being placed in the context of natural wines and being recognized as one of the 100 best wineries in the world, according to the prestigious American magazine Wine & Spirits.

The Can Sumoi wines were born in 2017. All of them are organic and natural wines made with the minimum intervention possible in all viticulture and winemaking processes.

Can Sumoi is an example of landscape recovery, of wine culture and that agriculture is the most natural way of protecting the forest.

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