Finca Parera's Fin Als Kullons is a red wine... or maybe a rose wine... or sort of a white wine? It is made from the rare red Penedes varietal, Sumoll, Garnacha Blanca and Xarel-lo. The last two are white grapes.
This wine, and of course, this winemaker, break the "rules" with this wine. It is often frowned upon to mix white and red grapes in the same wine--except in Cote Rotie, Champagne, the occasional Chianti (until 2006). in other words the practice really is only selectively frowned upon. There are a lot of fairly stupid "soft taboos" in the world of wine.
If it tastes good? Mix whatever the hell you want together and this wine tastes great.
It is an easy drinking wine but not necessarily one I would say is simple. Sure you can just knock it back (even by the liter bottle) but take a second. The first thing I tasted was pineapple, yes pineapple and a strong vinegar taste (referred to as "VA"). It has a lot of CO2 and is a lively, juicy wine. After the initial impression I got cherry and berry and then realized that the predominant fruit here is cranberry.
There are even some tannins here. Nothing particularly noticeable. I honestly would have noticed this wine had characteristics of both red and white wines.
All these grapes make great wines on their own. Garnacha blanca makes fine wines around the world. Sumoll grows pretty much only in Penedes on around 250 acres. I've only had one Sumoll varietal wine, Khronos, by this very same winemaker. It was a unique wine that any wine aficionado with a taste for medium bodied reds would appreciate. Xarel-lo, of course, makes a fine white wine on its own and is the backbone of the Spanish sparkler, Cava.
The grapes are all fermented separately with native yeast and aged for 9 months in concrete. Grapes are certified organic. It is unfiltered and unfined (a process beyond filtering to take out particulates) and no sulfites are added. It is uber natural.