De Muller winery was founded in 1851 by Don Auguste de Muller, who realized the incredible potential the Tarragona region had to offer. For four generations, the company belonged to the De Muller family who became a pioneer of the region. In July 1904, during his visit to De Muller, King Alfonso XIII bestowed upon the company the honour of ‘Suppliers of the Royal House’, and offered the privilege to use the coat of the royal arms on invoices and labels. In 1925, De Muller installed the first cooling chamber in Spain, which was used to preserve their mass wine; De Muller was supplier of altar wine (Vino de Misa) to the Vatican from the time of Pope Pius X until Pope John XXIII.
Sparkling wine made in the traditional method with the second fermentation done in the bottle.
This brut reveals a green apple flavour alongside citric and tropical notes. During the 24 months that the wine spent in contact with its lees, there is a remarked development of buttery and yeasty taste.
Sight: Medium intense yellow colours with gold reflections and a constant fine bubbling.
Nose: Balanced intensity between citric and lactic notes.
Palate: Sensation of persisting freshness with citric and tropical flavours with a creamy aſtertaste.