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Wine from Priorat

Wine from Priorat

Priorat is a wine region in Spain that covers 11 municipalities. Known for its bold and powerful red whites, the region is characterized by black slate and quartz soil, which make up the unique terroir. It is one of only two regions in the country that qualify as DOCa, giving it the highest qualification for wine making.

The monks were the first to plant grapes in the region in the 12th century after founding the Monastery of Scala Dei in 1194. The monks tended the grape vines until 1835 when the land was taken away and distributed among small shareholders.  Phylloxera devastated the vineyards at the end of the 19th century, and was not replanted until the 1950’s.

The vineyards are planted between 100 and 700 meters above sea level with a total of 19,783 hectares. The soil is volcanic in origin and comprises of black and red slate with tiny particles of mica, which helps to conserve and reflect the sunlight. There are several microclimates in the area and contrast between freezing winds in the north, and warm winds to the east. Summers are hot, long, and dry with temperatures averaging around 92°. Winters are cold with a minimum temperature of 24°.


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Mas Sinen Coster Reserve Priorat 2014

Mas Sinen Coster Reserve Priorat is made from 50% Grenache and 50% Carignan.

he Priorat DO was created in 1954. But it is only in the 1990 that the quality of the wines were able to compete internationally. It is now a DOCa (The highest qualification level for a wine region according to Spanish wine regulations, alongside Rioja DOCa). Total acreage for the entire appellation is 4,400 acres. Intense red cherry color with garnet reflections. Black fruit, compote fruits, hints of balsamic. The mouth is ripe and intense, fresh and powerful. Strong and flavorful.

50 year old vines planted on Llicorella soil (decomposed black and reddish Slate, mixed with Mica and Quartz). Light filtration.

Mas Sinen La Vall Priorat 2017

Mas Sinen La Vall Priorat is made from 57% Garnacha, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cariñena (Carignan), 9% Syrah.

This wine has a highly intense, lively vermilion red color, complex yet direct aromas with predominant ripe black and red fruits, notes of minerals and forest herbs. Flavors are strong, full and layered with round, fresh and delicate tannins.

Pairs with meat, sausage, cheese.

Mas Sinen Negre Priorat 2015

Mas Sinen Negre Priorat is made from 38% Garnacha, 22% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Carinena, 16% Syrah
Aged in 90% French, 10% American oak barrels for 12 months.
Maceration for 21 days. ML in stainless steel tanks.
Clarification with white egg and soft filtration.

The wine shows great spice and leather components, some minerality and a lot of  ripe red fruits aromas as well. 

This wine is certified organic.

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