Can Sumoi Penedes “Perfum” 2021

SKU: SPPECSUWIWH175021 Category: Tag:
Garnatxa Blanca & Macabeu | Catalunya | Spain | White Wine | Can Sumoi | 2021 | 0,75 L | 11,5 %
Can Sumoi Penedès "Perfum" 2021 is a dry white wine, crafted from a blend of native grape varieties, including Muscat, Macabeo, and Parellada, sourced from the high-altitude vineyards of the Penedès region in Catalonia, Spain. This wine reflects Can Sumoi's commitment to natural winemaking, produced with minimal intervention to highlight the purity and aromatic complexity of the grapes. The 2021 vintage is noted for its vibrant freshness and expressive floral and fruity character.
Pepe Raventós is the current owner of the excellent house that produces Cava, already in the 21st generation. Can Sumoi is a Pepe's new project that cultivates the best family traditions in relation to vines and land. The Can Sumoi property is in the heart of the Penedés region. It dates back to 1645 and is located at an altitude of 600 m overlooking the Serra de l'Home in the eastern Mediterranean. The ancient and unique soils here are planted with local grape varieties.
Tasting notes

Tasting notes for Can Sumoi “Perfum” 2021 reveal an enchanting bouquet of white flowers, citrus blossoms, and tropical fruits, complemented by hints of fresh herbs and a touch of minerality. On the palate, it offers a lively acidity and a light, elegant body, with flavors of peach, lychee, and a hint of lime zest, leading to a crisp, clean finish. This wine is celebrated for its aromatic intensity, balance, and refreshing nature.


Can Sumoi “Perfum” 2021 pairs beautifully with light seafood dishes such as ceviche, grilled shrimp, or sushi, where its acidity and floral notes enhance the delicate flavors of the seafood. It also complements salads, fresh cheeses, and Mediterranean tapas, providing a refreshing contrast and elevating the overall dining experience with its vibrant and aromatic profile.

8 in stock

Original price was: 20.00 €.Current price is: 14.00 €.

Wine Searcher review

In Catalonia, DO status was first created in 1999, and it became the first regional production area in Spain, which united all vineyards not included in any of the 11 existing DOs at that time. The capital of Catalonia is Barcelona, ​​the second largest city in Spain with one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean. Its seaside location has certainly contributed to the development of local winemaking. Catalonia has a wide variety of winemaking traditions. It is believed that the skills of viticulture were first introduced by the Phoenicians and Greeks around 400 BC. e. The Romans then expanded viticulture and the industry flourished until the Moorish occupation. Then the vineyards were abandoned or given for other purposes. Later Christians revived viticulture in the territories adjacent to the monasteries. Until the end of the 18th century, wine and spirits were among the most important exports in the region. Since then, Catalonia has established itself as a dynamically developing wine region.