Half of the wine is aged for 6 months in 500 L amphorae and the other half in second-use 500 L French oak barrels.
Alcohol grad.: 12,5%
Shipping before 72h
Elevation: Up to 800 m above sea level.
Varieties: 100% Garrut.
Geography: Abrupt and hilly landscape, surrounded by high peaks and forests of oak trees with rocky slopes, cliffs and steep mountains. All in the setting of the Prades Mountains Nature Reserve and the Poblet Nature Reserve.
Type of soil: Former mining area classified as a site of “Geological Interest”. Poor dirt with slate, boulders and calcareous clay.
Climate: Continental-Mediterranean with cold nights that allow the vineyard to rest and slows down the accumulation of sugars, preserving the acidity and helping to build flavours.
Annual rainfall: 450-550 l/m2
Sunshine: 2,700 hours of sunshine per year.
Vineyard management: Organic, dry farming. Ground-layer vegetation and mountain viticulture with minimal intervention that prioritises biodiversity.
Fermentation temperature: 18oC to 23oC.
Winemaking: Half of the wine is aged for 6 months in 500 L amphorae and the other half in second-use 500 L French oak barrels.
Tasting notes: Intense purple colour. Intense red fruits, blackberries and menthol fennel. Acidity prevails on the palate. Freshness from attack to finish.
Production: 1,000 litres.
Designation of Origin: Conca del Barberà.