This wine is made from the local white variety, Viura from a single vineyard. The grapes are grown on 30-year-old vines, the wine gets fermented in premium French oak casks for six months on full lees (lees = the yeast which turns the wine into alcohol, winemakers leave the wine in contact with the lees in order to create flavours that you would associate with bread).
If you like oaked Chardonnay then this is the wine for you. It’s had a bit of time to age and that mellows down the intensity so what you are left with is a balance between richness from the oak and the purity of the fruit remaining on the finish.
Try this with a creamy cheese such as Brie de Meaux and prepare to be in a zone of pleasure.