Year 2010. Variety: Riesling. Colour: Straw yellow
Aromas of pastry, vanilla, pineapple and balsamic aromas.
The palate is full-bodied, full, fresh and acid, with lots of fruit and a good finish.
Year 2011. Varieties: Riesling and Albariño.
It has been developed in small tubs of 25 Hl at low temperature.
Colour: Light olive. On the nose it has floral notes, citrus and fresh stone fruit.
On the palate is complex, fruity with a lively acidity which reminds us of lime. Long aftertaste.
Varieties: Riesling and Viognier.
Bright yellow with thin greenish. Aromas of citrus, notably lemons and some grapefruit, white fruits, pears and green apples and soft touches of mountain herbs, anise and something reminiscing of dry flowers.
The palate has good and fresh entry, remarkable structure with very distinct sour notes, good acidity. Long aftertaste.
Varieties: Garnacha tinta, Morastell and Tempranillo.
Five months in oak barrels.
Maroon red colour, aromatic nose and fresh on the palate, with hints of red and black fruit, cocoa and liquorice.
Slightly astringent tannins aftertaste. Sensual aftertaste with good persistence.
Varieties: Pinot noir and Syrah.
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks.
On the nose: raspberry, unripe cherry, slight coffee aroma and some green beans. Light entry, dry, fresh acidity, light tannins, violet, salinity, green bell-pepper.
Year 2010. Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Merlot.
Red cherry colour. On the nose is complex and intense with certain floral notes of black fruit (blackberry) and thyme with slight hints of vanilla. In the mouth has a silky nerve at the entrance. Fresh and spicy (clove and pepper) at the end
Vivid, lively acidity and long aftertaste.
Year 2011. Variety: Syrah
The wine was fermented in different materials (stone vats, wood and stainless steel). 100% of the wine has completed its malolactic fermentation in barrel.
Red violet colour. On the nose it is complex and intense. Floral notes and spiced (clove and pepper). In the mouth it is silky with nerve at the start. Soft tannins. Fresh fruit (cherries) and spicy and undergrowth finish. Vivid, lively acidity and long aftertaste.
Year 2011. Variety: Pinot Noir
It is harvested from vineyards’ grapes planted exclusively in high density at the top of the mountain with and average altitude of 1000m. 100% of the wine has made its malolactic fermentation in barrel. Pomegranate colour. On the nose has floral notes (flower vine, jasmine …) and spicy red fruit such as strawberries and raspberries. In the mouth has a silky entrance with good acidity and long finish. Aftertaste with notes of undergrowth.
Year 2010. Variety: Tempranillo
A four months ageing in French oak barrels. Dark red cherry colour with garnet edge. Clean vivid nose with red fruit compote tones, sweeties, balsamics, spices, vanilla, white pepper, clove and oak tones well integrated. Velvety, fresh and elegant in the mouth with nice and gentle tannins and liquorice hints. Red fruit and spiced tones on the finish.
Bru de Verdú
Year 2009. Varieties: Tempranillo, Syrah and Merlot.
Six months in French, American and Hungarian oak barrels. Ruby eggplant colour. It has a clean and intense nose with outstanding very fruity aromas, ripe black fruit and liquorice intermixed with subtle spices and lightly toasted. The entry is powerful, fleshy and dry, marked by intense roasted notes, light spices and a delicate mineral touch. Good acidity that refreshes and distinctly tannic. Persistent finish that leaves roasted and fruity sensations.
Year 2011. Variety: Merlot.
Ageing 2 months in French new oak barrels. Intense red ruby colour. Fine, elegant and intense aroma combining fruits and spices. In mouth it is wide, soft. Fine and elegant retro nasal, and long aftertaste in mouth.
Varieties: Garnacha tinta, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Aged in French oak barrels for 12 months. Cherry red colour of high and bright intensity.
Powerful elegant attack where tannins are round and show us back a fresh wave of wild fruits that are topped by long aftertaste, mineral, where the sensation of faithful tannin astringency marries with the pleasant acidity.
Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha tinta, Trepat and Touriga.
Almost all the components are aged in tanks, except the Garnacha tinta, which is aged for 8 months in oak barrels. It has a moderate ruby colour with purple tones. The nose is notable for its intensity, with notes of ripe red fruit (raspberries, blackberries) and vegetables (grilled peppers) and hints of sweet aromas (cinnamon). The mouth is sweet and balanced, with freshness and body on the palate, and a lingering, pleasant finish.
Varieties: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha tinta.
Four months in French oak barrels. Pretty ruby red colour, bright with violet reflections. A harmonious combination of fruit and balsamic notes. Silky and well balanced. An expressive, broad wine. Very long on the palate.
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