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Priorat 2πr

Deep purple with ruby tinges. Aromatic intensity and complexity with explicit presence of preserved red fruit well balanced with the touch of toasty notes from the oak. The entry is soft, but it changes showing unpolished ripen tannins together with good volume and acidity.

 Producer Gratavinum
 Region Priorat
 Country Spain
 Varietals Blend
 Vintage 2011

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About the Producer

Gratavinum
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Gratavinum

Gratallops, Tarragona, Spain Gratallops, Tarragona, Spain

In 2003, Joan et Josep Cusiné, their wives MªElena Jiménez and Marta Casas (winemakers in Parés Baltà) and the winemaker Jordi Fernandez, started a new and exciting project in the Priorat region. That was the begining of Gratavinum whose name comes from the contraction of Gratallops (the name of the...

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