Divided between the Camp de Tarragona and the Ebro Region, under the imposing Montsant mountains, Priorat springs forth abruptly from the earth. Surrounded by buttes over 1,000 metres in altitude, the old mazuelo and grenache vines cover the dizzying slate hillsides of the Sant Martí vineyard. A landscape designed by man’s expert hands, where rock terraces built over a span of many years pull small bits of land into the rock garden. Their titanic efforts reward us with this friendly, honest wine, aged in barrel and refined in amphora flasks. The lively singularity of Priorat.
Intense picota cherry-coloured. Aromas of ripe fruit, mineral notes and recollections of Mediterranean thickets. On the palate it is flavourful and ample, with good structure. Mature and notably-long tannins.