The line’s new labels are inspired by some of the group’s most notable mainstays: the local value of the vineyards, respect for nature and the subtleties in the different grape varieties

Vila-rodona, 26 November 2020_ Castell d’Or has issued new labels for one of its most well-known and emblematic lines, Flama d’Or. The new labels are inspired by two of the group’s most notable mainstays, the value of the vineyards and respect for the land within the manufacture process of the cavas, as well as the elegance and subtlety of the different grape varieties that give rise to the Flama d’Or cavas, internationally recognised with awards such as the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles or Mundus Vini 2020.

The protagonist of this new label is a vine stock, evoking a flame that grows from the soil and yields the different varieties that will be combined to create unique wines and cavas. The vine etched in gold as a clear protagonist emphasises its value and the origins of the product that the consumer will receive directly from nature.

Flama d’Or Brut Nature, Flama d’Or Semi sec and Flama d’Or Brut will feature the new label, a bottle in tones of green that remind us of the vine and nature with maximum splendour and strength. In the case of Flama d’Or Brut Rosé, its colour transmits the characteristic pink of the Trepat variety, which is the basis for this fruity, aromatic cava with good personality. Finally, the label for the Flama d’Or Brut Reserva Imperial  with the varieties Xarel·lo, Macabeu, Parellada and Chardonnay has also been renewed. With an elegant, geometric label in tones of dark brown, representing the maximum expression of the our ‘terroir’ where all the varieties that construct a fine, elegant flavour and a persistent aftertaste, with combination of fruit and aging.

Minimalism and elegance define the new image of this line by Castell d’Or that combines with gastronomy with the same versatility and elegance as their new image. The delicate texture of the paper in contrasting black or white highlights this golden springtime vine.

Castell D’Or, the union of 13 wineries

Castell D’Or began in 2006 with the union of 13 wineries in different winemaking areas of El Penedès, La Conca de Barberà, Priorat, Tarragona and Montsant. These wineries, with a history spanning more than a hundred years, committed to joining forces and sharing their knowledge on the processes of production, manufacture, packaging and distribution of wines, cavas and oils, raising the quality standards of their products until they achieved recognition and prestige for their brands all over the world.