Grapes: 30% Red Garnacha, 30% Cariñena from old vines (more than 40 years old) 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot and 10% Syrah.

Elaboration: Varieties separately fermented. Temperature controlled, long maceration.  Wine kept in French oak barrels for 10 – 14 months.  Followed by coupage and bottling. Then wines are bottle aged for at least 5 years.

Taste: Notes of minerals, in the nose.  Predominance of ripe forest fruits and slightly roasted overtones.  Elegant and balanced with a ripe fruit entrance, followed by a fresh flavor with an unctuous, long finish and slight wood overtones.

Color: Intense scarlet with clear and bright ruby red trimmings.

Suggestion: Open and decant 30 minutes before serving.


Talking About the Wines:

-International Wine Report, May '16 gave 93 points to 2009 Pleret. "This inky colored wine starts with rich aromas of black cherry, black olive, anise, sagebrush and suggestions of cassis. There are flavors of cassis, milk chocolate, sage, and blackberry jam with accents of tar. Balanced and rich, this is a decadent treat that is drinking in its sweet spot. Buil & Giné have really captured the art of blending here with this late release Priorat."

-Vinous Media (Explore All Things Wine), Jan '16 gave 93 points to 2009 Pleret. "Complex aromas of cherry compote, boysenberry, lavender, candied licorice and cola, along with a smoky mineral overtone. Broad, sweet and ripe on the palate, offering smooth, concentrated black and blue fruit, floral pastille and bitter chocolate flavors. Powerful, lush and surprisingly lively with outstanding length, closing thrust and smooth tannins that sneak in late."

-Vinous Media (Explore All Things Wine), Jan '16 gave 92 points to 2007 Pleret. "Powerful, smoke-and-mineral accented black currant and cherry pit aromas are complicated by suggestions of violet and candied licorice. Bright and apicy on the palate, offering bitter cherry and boysenberry flavors and a suave floral pastille nuance. The very long, focused finish shows silky tannins, lifting spiciness and lingering mineral and violet notes."

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