A grenache that has journeyed from the altitude of Priorat to the bottom of the sea. Coming from the very same lands on which the Carthusian monks cultivated these grapes in the 12th century.
Pure fruit, freshness, elegance, and depth. Its tannins were matured and softened by the constant gentle motion of the sea.
Announces itself with intensive cranberry, fresh strawberry, and white pepper notes, accompanied by the dry, earthy sensation that is coming from the typical clay and llicorella soil of the area.
Nice length on the palate, remarkable persistence, and as a result of underwater aging an exceptionally mature character compared to its youth.
Its high quality will allow us to enjoy it for several years.
This wine should be paired with grilled meats, oily fish, cheese, Iberian ham, tapas, and all kinds of pasta dishes or salads.
Vinification and bottling: Priorat D.O.Q. One of the only two in Spain that has qualified, as the highest qualification level for a wine region in the country.