Carrer de la Font, 38,
43737 GRATALLOPS (Priorat)  | 

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WINES

AND OLIVE OIL

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CLOS FIGUERAS

Varieties

 

  • 85% Grenache y Carignan (vines are approximately 30-60 years)

  • 10% Syrah 

  • 5% Mourvedre y Cabernet Sauvignon

 

Harvest

 

  • Manual in boxes of 20 Kg

  • Process selection table

 

Winemaking

 

  • “Microvinification” in 500 litres new oak casks (turned on their side with the top removed to form a small open-topped vat); regular “pigeage” by hand and extended maceration on the skins.

  • 13 months ageing in new and one year old Allier oak « barriques » and casks of 225 and 300 litres each.

 

Production

 

  • 2500 bottles

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Bordeaux

Tasting notes

 

  • Red wine red with good training teardrop and clean.

  • Intense black fruit bouquet and licorice scent follows the Mediterranean forest aromas, with some spicy and minty notes well integrated.

  • Entrada en boca fresca con un gran recorrido, complejo, amplio, envolvente, largo y con un post-gusto persistente, con notas de la crianza de mentolados y especias.

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CURRENT VINTAGE:  2016

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FONT DE LA FIGUERA TINTO

Varieties

 

  • 65% Grenache (vines are approximately 15-18 years).

  • 20% Carignan (vines are approximately 15-18 years).

  • 20% Syrah, Mourvedre and Cabernet Sauvignon  (vines are approximately 15-18 years).

 

Harvest

 

  • Manual in boxes of 20 Kg

  • Process selection table

 

Winemaking

 

  • Fermentation in 2500 litres vats at a controlled temperature. Daily “pigeage”. After fermentation, maceration during a further two weeks. The wine matures in 300 and 500 litres one year old French oak casks for a further 12 months before bottling.

 

Production

 

  • 9000 bottles 

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Bordeaux

Tasting notes

 

  • Red wine ripe cherry color with bright violet rim denoting youth yet. Clean and good tear formation.

  • Very present wild red fruit, some touches of toast and smoked well integrated.

  • The entry is fresh, gourmand and elegant with a lingering in the mouth. A properly structured wine.

 

CURRENT VINTAGE:  2017

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FONT DE LA FIGUERA BLANCO

Varieties

 

  • 65% Viogner  (vines are approximately 18 years old).

  • 30% Garnache a Blanc (vines are approximately from 15 to 80 years old).

  • 5% Chenin Blanc  (vines are approximately 15 years old).

 

Harvest

 

  • Manual in boxes of 20 Kg

  • Process selection table

 

Winemaking

 

  • After pressing the grapes, fermentation in a 1000 litres stainless steel vat and 500 litres barril at a controlled temperature of about 16°. Ageing on the lies in stainless steel for 6-7 months before bottling after a light filtration.

 

Production

 

  • 1300 bottles 

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Bordeaux

Tasting notes

 

  •  White wine of pale gold with green highlights denoting youth. Clean and bright.

  • Intense aromas of white and yellow fruit, with a background of freshly cut grass and aniseed finish.

  •  Fresh entry with many different flavors of yellow fruit such as peaches or apricots and white fruits like pears. Nice finish, spicy and mineral.

 

CURRENT VINTAGE:  2018

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SERRAS DEL PRIORAT

Varieties

 

  • 55% Grenache (vines are approximately 10-15 years).

  • 20% Carignan (vines are approximately 10-15 years).

  • 15% Syrah (vines are approximately 10-15 years).

  • 10% Cabernet Sauvignon (vines are approximately 10-15 years).

 

Harvest

 

  • Manual in boxes of 20 Kg

  • Process selection table

 

Winemaking

 

  • Fermentation in 2500 litres vats at a controlled temperature. Daily “pigeage”. After fementation, maceration during a further 2 weeks followed by 7 months in 500 litres French oak casks.

 

Production

 

  • 13.500 bottles 

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Burgundy

Tasting notes

 

  • Black wine of intense color, middle layer, blue, clean and bright trim.

  •  Primary aromas of red fruit and subtle floral notes. Mineral notes with hints of vanilla and some notes of Mediterranean herbs.

  • Entry into fresh and wide mouth, long finish, mineral and fruity aftertaste with memories of Mediterranean herbs (rosemary, lavender...).

 

CURRENT VINTAGE:  2018

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SWEET

Varieties

 

  • 10% Garnacha (vines are approximately 60  years).

 

Harvest

 

  • Manual in boxes of 20 Kg

  • Process selection table

 

Winemaking

 

  • In the winery a second grapes selection is made. Fermentation is cool and expressly stoped before the end of the fermentation to get sugar.

 

Production

 

  •  350 bottles

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Rhine

Tasting notes

 

  • Red wine, purple color, clean, and with good training teardrop..

  •  Floral aromas, such as rose or violet and currant notes and almonds.

  •  On the palate it is fresh, elegant and velvety. It has a soft, long-haul, with bursts of red fruit and a nice wide end.


     

 

 

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OLIVE OIL ARBEQUINA CLOS FIGUERAS VIRGEN EXTRA

Variety

 

  • 100% Arbequina from trees that are 300 years old and more on the Clos Figueras estate.

 

Appellation

 

  • Siurana

 

Oilmaker

 

  • After the harvest in November the olives are first washed, then cold pressed, followed by centrifugation and light filtration. A procedure that avoids any change in temperature and keeps the oil perfectly natural..

 

Production

 

  • 1200 bottles

 

Bottle Type

 

  • Attractive 500ml. bottles in a dark green round presentation box.

Tasting Note

 

  • A delightful smooth aromatic olive oil with a perfect equilibrium between the fruit and the acidity. On the palate the oil has harmonious complex flavours with hints of wild herbs, artichokes, green tomatoes, apples and freshly picked almonds. A touch of bitterness gives the oil a lively, refreshing “kick” on the finish – a sure sign of quality.

    The Arbequina olives from the rugged Priorat hills, within the D.O. Siurana, are exquisite and appreciated for their finesse and harmony. Also, when well cured, they are delicious to eat and an ideal pre-dinner “tapa”.

 

 

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