At 250 meters above keeping eye on the plain of the Penedès, more than ten centuries ago, a small castle was built owned by the count of Barcelona. At the beginning of the 11th century, Count Ramon Berenguer I enfeoffed Robert de Tamir, nobleman of Subirats who took over and gave his name to the castle. Nowadays, however, of this building there are only a few remains that have been used to create the margins of the vineyards with which we make this cava.
Clearly straw color with golden reflections and fine persistent bubbles. On the nose we perceive a good balance between fruited and ageing aromas, a great bouquet. The palate is smooth, dry and very tasty.