Sus scrofa is the Latin name of the wild boar, an animal that makes its home in the hills of the Alta Penedes. where this wine is made. It's also the emblem of Celler Pardas. Why Ramon Parera at Pardas has an affinity for such a pesky animal is a mystery, but the name and label of this wine are completely appropriate - the almost-unknown Sumoll grape is extremely difficult in the vineyard, like the wild boar. It's also extremely tasty - like the wild boar. Organically grown, hand-harvested and destemmed, fermented in stell tanks using native yeast, then aged 4 month is cement. Look for razor-sharp cherry fruit. Vibrant and feisty - like the boar.