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Coma d`en Romeu
2011 Blend

Viticulture

Vineyard: Steep slopes located around the village of Perrera.
Soil Type: Licorella.
Vine Age: Mainly planted in 1995 with some older vines too.
Irrigation: No irrigation
Harvest Date:
Yield: Very low.

Vinification:

This is a blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 20% Syrah and 10% each Garnacha and Carignan.
Aged for 16 months in 225 liters French oak barrels. 8000 bottles made.
The Cabernet Sauvignon is from the Coma d’en Romeu vineyard with a South, South-west slope exposure and at 400 meters above sea level. The Merlot, Syrah and Garnatxa are from El Menescal - Mas d’en Pubill, a South facing vineyard at 450 meters above sea level. The Merlot comes from Mas d’en Caçador - Masos d’en Caçador, a North facing slope at 500 Meters of Altitude. Finally the Carignan comes from the town of La Vilella Alta, a North facing vineyard with an altitude of 500 meters.

Tasting Notes:

Color: Deep, dark red color.
Nose: Ripe red fruits with notes of tobacco.
Palate: Firm tannins, rich & fruity, cherry with a hint of spice and licorice. Mineral with a firm grip on the finish.
Other: This an elegant Priorat wine that will go very well with wintry dishes or grilled lamb.

Chemical Analysis:

Alc (%): 15
RS (g/l): 2.91
TA (g/l): 4.9
pH: