Més Feliç is a solidary wine, the result of a collaborative work between Foundation SETBA and Bardinet - Lacrima Baccus. "The miracle of wine consists in making man what he should never stop being: friend of man". (Ernst Engel). Both animals and humans are sociable beings, the difference is in behaviour. Some move by instinct and impulse, others too, but with the values ​​learned from culture, education, norms and traditions. The human being knows that he is not enough for himself; he can not live alone, he can not develop physically and psychologically, he can not improve. He is a being that must live in society to be able to manifest in its inner essence expressing its true nature. This wine is a hymn to sociability, to the innate need to communicate, confront and get rid of imposing limitations. In this wine the Syrah wants to stand out from the other Mediterranean varieties, expressing its potential and firmness alone and with determination.  

Tasting notes

Colour: Shiny intensive deep red.

Bouquet: Complex and subtle at the same time, intensely fruity. Spring sensations, with blackberry and redcurrants notes, nice touch of violets and lilies, with a long finish of aromas such as pepper and cloves.

Palate: The wine is well structured and full bodied. Notable balsamic raspberry jam background.


The grapes are pressed and cooled to 16ºC, premaceration in cold, maceration and fermentation. When the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation are finished, an additional racking is done, clarification, tartaric stabilization and filter before bottling.  

Gastronomy and recommendations

This is a versatile wine which pairs very well with consistent meals. Sensational with roasted meats served with grilled vegetables or in the oven. Recommended with grilled meats aromatized with herbs, half cured or cured goat and sheep cheeses, and also stuffed pasta like cannelloni and meat lasagna.

Type: Vino joven
Grape varieties: Syrah
Alcohol: 13,5º (%vol)
Total acidity (t.a.): 5.2 g/l
Sugar: 0.6.g/l
Denomination of Origin: Penedés