Off the coast of Valencia and Barcelona in the Mediterranean, Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, is a tourist mecca, and its viticulture hardly escapes the imperatives of mass consumption. Only a few winegrowers, such as Eloi Cedó Perelló, enhance the island's terroir by respecting the typical grape varieties that have made the reputation of Majorcan wines.
Eloi Cedó Perelló, of Catalan origin, settled in Felanitx on the island of Majorca to work with the team of the 4 Kilos Vinícola estate, created in 2006 with the ambition of elevating the indigenous grape varieties to their former splendour, Callet and Manto Negro, Fogoneu, as well as Monastrell (= mourvèdre) and Macabeo. It is on this same basis that Eloi Cedó Perelló then created his own business Sistema Vinari in 2010 and produced his first Cható Paquita in 2012, the first of a series of natural reds of frank authenticity, marked by the red clay terroir and the combined influences of the sun, the freshness of the sea and the wind. The energetic personality of the winemaker and his emblematic cuvée quickly established themselves as the benchmark for the qualitative renewal of Majorcan wines.
Sistema Vinari - Eloi Cedó Perelló wines
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