Harnessing the simple, honest power of great fruit means a truly hands off approach in the cellar: hand harvest, whole cluster naturally ferment, and transfer to inox tank for six months. No extraction, no oak. Traditional Mediterranean aromas of citrus peel and orange blossom, savory mountain herbs and aromatic sage. Bright, juicy flavors with a searing vein of acidity pulsing through to the long creamy finish. Wine at both its most basic, and most beautiful. Priorat unplugged.
|Minimum Order:||12 bottles|
PRESS: 92 POINTS, WINE ADVOCATE
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