RED 2018 Organic
A wine with commitment, multi-purpose, gentle, subtly finished in oak casks. Well structured but kind in its taste, with predominating aromas and tastes of red fruits. A good combination with white and red meats, cold cuts and sausages but above all with pasta and certain fish.
Mostly Ull de Llebre, old vineyards, with some part of Cabernet Sauvignon and a touch of Samsó.
Maceration & Fermentation
during 09-16 days between 24 i 27ºC according to he variety with 3 daily assembly to the end of the alcoholic fermentation.
ageing is done in American and French oak casks for approximately 3 months during which malolactic fermentation takes place.
Alcohol (% vol): 13,65
Residual Sugar (g/l): 0,40
Total Acidity (g/l): 3,40
SO2 (mg/L): 29/87
Volatile Acidity(g/l): 0,45
COLOUR: Ruby red color with a medium-high layer, velvety-red rim, bright with dense tears and slow fall.
AROMAS: Subtle aromas of aging, with a presence of smoky and roasted notes that drift towards notes of ripe black and red fruits (cassis, blackberry, forest strawberry) and refreshing balsamic-vegetables (dry grass, undergrowth).
IN THE MOUTH: Entry Fresh and powerful entry into the mouth and medium tannic structure which provide good evolution in the bottle and a marked fruity component. Long and spicy aftertaste, with burnt woods and a mineral finish.
This label guarantees that this wine has been produced following the rules of organic farming, which has been controlled throughout the process of production, processing, packaging and commercialization.
Bronze Medal: Concours DO.Penedés 2022
Silver Medal: XXVII Competition Vins i Caves de Catalonia -GIROVI 2022
Commended Winner: Concours International Challenge - UK 2020
Silver Medal: XXII Competition Vins i Caves de Catalonia -GIROVI 2017
Bronze Medal: XXI Competition Vins i Caves de Catalonia -GIROVI 2016
Gold Medal: XIX Competition Vins i Caves de Catalonia - GIROVI 2014.
Silver Medal: Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2013 (harvest 2011).
Gold Medal: International Wine Challenge - AWC Vienna (harvest 2011).