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Balance, intensity and purity.
The real nature of Priorat
“Its color is ruby with violet reflections. The nose is a symphony of berries, such as blueberries, raspberries and currants, against a balsamic background and wood undertones. In the mouth it is volumous and coats the tongue with a dense texture. It has a good structure made up of tannins that are still there but will be cleaned up with some time kept in the bottle. The end is drawn out and reminds one of blackberries and cherries. A Priorat not to be missed, either to start enjoying now or to be kept in the cellar for about five years. It would be an ideal pairing with meats such as roast lamb, a beef round in sauce or smaller game, as well as with aged cheese.”
A record vintage. Small healthy grapes, fruit of the driest summer we have had to date after a rainy spring. The moderate average temperatures with small showers in September provided us with one of the calmest and longest vintages of the last few years. Excellent ripeness and acidity. A benchmark vintage, one of the best in the last few years.
93+ The Wine Advocate #224 – August 2019
92 Guía Peñín 2019
90 Decanter WWA 2019 – Silver Medal