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Aymar 
Montagudell

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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.

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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

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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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