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You'll enjoy this wine if

You are a lover of robust, fleshy black wines, exceptionally rich in flavor and history.

This wine from the Montagudell vineyards, located at altitude in the Prades Mountains, is considered a true rarity in our country as it is made with an unusually unique variety in Spain: Carmenère. This variety is originally from Bordeaux and was believed to be extinct in Europe due to the phylloxera plague in France in the mid-19th century.

The llicorella soils of the Serra de Prades impart it with a particular mineral richness and exceptional depth.


Grape varieties and wine elaboration

Blend of Carmenère and Merlot.

Old vineyards recovered at Montagudell Estate, Prades mountains, at 750m altitude. Llicorella slate soils.

Aged for 3 months in French oak barrels.

Alc. Vol: 13%

D.O Catalunya


Tasting note

Intense and captivating cherry color with a persistent tear. Complex aromas of ripe fruit, blackberries, and figs with a balsamic background of mint. Wrapped in tertiary notes of spices and tobacco. On the palate, it stands out for its gentleness and velvety tannins. Persistent finish.

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