Priorat is a Spanish Denominacion de Origen Calificada (DO Ca.) for wines produced in the Priorat county to the south-west of Catalonia
The DOCa. covers 11 municipalities. It primarily produces powerful red wines, which came to international attention in the 1990s. The area is characterised by its unique terroir of black slate and quartz soil known as llicorella.
It is one of only two wine regions in Spain to qualify as DOCa, the highest qualification level for a wine region according to Spanish wine regulations, alongside Rioja DOCa.
VINYES JOSEP 2007
Varietal: 40% Grenache – 60% Carignan
Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels to highlight the natural attributes of the two autochthonous grape varieties
“Loaded on the palet, with opulent fruit, great depth of flavour, and a lengthy, pure finish.” The Wine Advocate
Rating: 92 points Robert Parker
Solà Classic 2011
Varietal: 55% Grenache – 45% Carignan
Young red wine. Not aged.
In mouth we encounter a powerful yet fresh wine, with hints of ripe forest fruits and the typical mineral touches of the Priorat. Without a doubt with Solà Classic 2011 we have an optimum balance between freshness and power.
Awards: Decanter World Wine Awards 2013: Silver Medal
Solà2 Classic 2012 White
Varietal: Macabeo, with a small percentage of Grenache and Moscatel
Young white wine. Not aged
A bright and transparent wine, with a rich yellow-green color.
In mouth we have a glycerine and full-bodied wine, with ripe fruit and the typical mineral touches of the Priorat wines.
In nose we encounter ripe pineapple which enjoys an evolution towards rich marmalade.
The men and women of the Ametller Property that form part of seven consecutive generations taking care of its lands, know perfectly which land is most suitable for the cultivation of each one of the varieties, and the exact moment to carry out each task and which is the ideal moment to collect the grape..
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