Babalà Blanc Simpàtic
The Babalà range of wines (white, red and rosé) are young, jazzy and very easy to drink, either by the glass or with light bites. Babalà seduces all kinds of palates and is all the rage, especially among young people.
Type of wine
Carinyena blanca, moscatell d'Alexandria
Designation of origin
Style of Wine
Dry and fruity white
Pale yellow colour with greenish hues.
Complex on the nose, with floral aromas that stand out over hints of fresh fruit.
The attack is very mellow and the midpalate is lingering. Good balance and great finish.
The Babalà Blanco Simpático comes in a tall, Rhine-type bottle, and is a crisp, expressive and fairly intense wine. It's surprising on the palate, easy to drink and very mellow.
Between 6 and 8 degrees
Ideal if you want to drink a glass at any time of the day, as an aperitif and with light dishes.
A magnificent wine to enjoy by the glass. But if you like all kinds of shellfish, this is an excellent choice. Can you imagine a huge platter of mussels, clams, razor clams, oysters, mantis shrimps, sea urchins, prawns, king prawns and crayfish? Well, if you want to round it off, simply open a bottle of Babalà and its balanced acidity will gradually cleanse your mouth. A pleasure for the palate.
In the vineyard
Made with grapes from vineyards over 30 years old. The combination of Cariñena Blanca and Muscatel give it a very special personality.
In the winery
Obtained exclusively from unpressed grapes and fermented at a controlled temperature in concrete tanks. Cold-stalled fermentation to maintain a little residual sugar and ageing on its lees for four months, with weekly bâtonnage for four months.
Celler Cooperatiu d'Espolla
The building of the Bodega Cooperativa de Espolla cooperative opened its doors on 8 November 1931, designed by the architect Pelayo Martinez and inspired by the so-called wine cathedrals of the Tarragona area.
The project had its origins in the Espolla Agricultural Union, established in 1906 by its winegrowers.
Wine culture reached Catalonia around the sixth century BC thanks to the most important Greek colony in the country, Empúries.
Four centuries later, the wines of the Emporiae territories were well-known in domestic markets, in other provinces of the Roman Empire and in the metropolis itself.
This is much more than just a bottle of wine
Viniscoop's wines and cavas are authentic products of the land. They are made by agricultural cooperatives, which represent hundreds of farming families.
With your purchase you are promoting the social, economic and environmental sustainability of the territory, offering opportunities to young people in rural areas and enjoying authentic products, made following the tradition inherited for generations.
Our values make us different. Cheers and good wine!