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有超過一百年和周邊組織合作歷史，Alella Vinícola於1906年開始了它的合作社角色。在同一年，著名建築師高第的徒弟Jeroni Martorell建築了現代感的酒窖。於二十及三十年代，Marfil開始冒升，並成為艾方素十三世皇帝喜歡享用的cava。於1998年，舊的合作社成為了Alella Vinícola Can Jonc公司，S.L.在García Muntané的帶領下為所有釀酒過程進行現代化，用來製造酒窖350,000支Marfil和Ivori酒的葡萄都來自由Alella Vinícola操控的15公頃田地， 有的是由酒莊獨自享有的田、合作社的舊會員，加上由家人擁有的葡萄田。
With a hundred years of existence under its belt, Alella Vinícola began in 1906 as an agrarian union cooperative. That same year, architect Jeroni Martorell, a disciple of Antoni Gaudí, built the Modernista-style cellar. The 1920's and 1930's saw the rise of Marfil, the flagship brand of the cooperative, a cava savoured by King Alfonso XIII.
In 1998, the old union became the company Alella Vinícola Can Jonc, S.L., which undertook the modernisation of all the processes under the leadership of the García Muntané family. The grapes for the total of 350,000 bottles the company produces, mainly for the brands Marfil and Ivori, are obtained from the 150 hectares controlled by Alella Vinícola, both from vineyards owned by individual wine producers, old members of the cooperative, as well as vineyards acquired by the family.
Country of Origin:
Dessert Wine (Solera)
Amber colour with orangey highlights. Dried fruit (toasted almond, hazelnuts) nose, sweet chocolate and toffee notes. Dried fruit flavour with wood and smoked elements. Refreshing acidity. Long, intense and pleasant finish.
The Wine Advocate:
The NV Marfil Generos Sec Solera 1976 is a fortified white produced with Xarello grapes locally known as Pansa Blanca, aged in a solera system started in 1976, and therefore a non-vintage wine. Bright orange-colored with a nose of hazelnuts and an oxidative whiff, it is very dry in the palate, with pungent flavors amplified by the 16.2% alcohol. It comes through as a little warm. 1,500 bottles filled per year. Drink now-2020.
This rancio wine is perfect for Iberico hams.