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Esteve i Gibert - 'El Picapedrer' - Macabeu - Les Muntanyes d'Ordal, Penedès, ES - 2019
Esteve i Gibert - 'El Picapedrer' - Macabeu - Les Muntanyes d'Ordal, Penedès, ES - 2019
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Esteve i Gibert - 'El Picapedrer' - Macabeu - Les Muntanyes d'Ordal, Penedès, ES - 2019

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70 year old Macabeo vines are hand harvested in the vineyard prior to destemming, pressing and native yeast fermentation in neutral oak barrels. The wine is then transferred to chestnut barrels, a special feature of wines made by Esteve i Gibert, where it will age on lees for about 7 months. This is a unique white wine, as the old vines embue the grapes with Mediterranean herbal aromatics and the chestnut barrels add a roasty nuttines to the wine. This is one of those rare white wines that pairs incredibly well with meat dishes, even barbecue. Speical wine!

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Esteve i Gibert Viticultores has been producing wine for eight generations on their farm in the sub-zone of Les Muntanyes d’Ordal. Their Masia, “Cal Panxa,” boasts over 100 years of winemaking history at 320m above sea level. From their vineyards, you see the entire town of Sant Sadurni d’Anoia, as well as the holy mountain of “Montserrat.” In 1976, Esteve i Gibert family stopped making wines with their own grapes and focused on selling their fruit to big wineries in Penedès. In 2009, the family changed course, Josep Esteve, his daughter Laura, and his son-in-law Albert Lopez reopened the cellar of Masia Cal Panxa and started making wine again. The smallest winery in the D.O. Penedès was born. Today, the family owns 19 hectares of vineyards that belong to the area of Massis (Massif) of L’Ordal. They practice organic and biodynamic farming and are proud to grow some of the oldest vines of indigenous grapes in the area, including Xarel.lo, Macabeo, Sumoll Blanc, and Sumoll Negre.

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