A fine line separates the worlds of wine and beer. Fil is a seam stitched between these two worlds. A sparkling wine made with a type of yeast typically used for brewing beer. The natural formation of bubbles produced by bottle fermentation manifests itself in a multitude of threads of tiny bubbles that give their name to ‘vi d’agulla,’ literally ‘needle wine’ – subtle and persistent on the tongue and the palate. The name ‘Fil’ means ‘thread’ in Catalan.
Its color reminds us the currants in a field of lively spring. Like when looking under a plum tree, one remains imbued with the aromas. Its fine bubbles flash in the palate like on a clear night. And slowly fade out such as the foam of a wave in a wild sea.