Full of big fruit flavours and mandarin zest - this Torres scores every time. It's the Parellada grape that gives this big Spanish all-rounder the lashings of sun-kissed fruit flavours all wrapped up with a citrusy finish. Enjoy with paella.
Back in 1962, when Miguel A. Torres had just finished his winemaking studies, he was keen to offer the family some knowledge. So, in a small winery in the mountains of the Penedès, we fermented parellada grapes at low temperature and the first "Viña Sol" came into being.
In 1962, having just completed his winemaking studies, Miguel A. Torres used a small winery in the Penedes mountains to ferment Parellada grapes at a low temperature and so Vina Sol came into being. Parellada, a traditional white grape, is what gives Viña Sol its distinctive fresh fruitiness.