THE ART OF SUMMATION
U MES U
U MES U (formerly known as 1+1=3) is a pioneering Penedès winery established in Font-rubí, Spain, in the year 2000, although the founders Josep Antoni Bonell and the oenologist Josep Piñol were linked to the wine world from long before.
Fully committed to the environment, we are a leader in organics and have converted all our own and controlled vineyards to organic status.
Meticulous care is taken over the vineyards as well as the vinification. The result is a range of delicious wines with the emphasis on finesse, elegance and a perfect balance which have garnered much international acclaim, including a great number of medals in wine contests and top scores from leading wine publications.
THE ART OF SUMMATION
We sum visions and efforts.
We also sum joy, success and celebrations.
It is not only a summation, but many: the clay and the limestone;
the vine and the bee, the vineyard and the winery; the winegrower
and the winemaker; the environment and you.
Together we do things better.
We are what matters to us
Each and every one committed to this project plays an essential role. Each of us contributes with expertise and enthusiasm, which are key to U MES U. Caring for the vineyard, the winemaking, the ageing… Each of us brings our knowledge and expertise which are crucial to this project.
Research, trial and error, learning and burning ambition to improve are what enable us to enhance the quality of our wines year after year.
Implementing a sustainable agriculture is our responsibility. This calls for organic farming and continuous monitoring of the vineyards. All our wines and cavas are 100% Organic and Vegan Certified by CCPAE and The European Vegetarian Union.
Cygnus Deneb No Sulfites
CYGNUS ALBIREO BRUT
Made with three traditional and indigenous grape varieties, Cygnus Brut stands out for its freshness, exquisite aromas and subtle complexity.
CYGNUS SADOR BN RESERVA
Cygnus Brut Nature is a cava of extraordinary finesse that acquires greater elegance and complexity as it ages in the darkness of the underground cellars.