Grapes: White Garnacha, Pedro Ximénez and Macabeo macerated with aromatic herbs: fennel, rosemary, cumin, cinnamon and vanilla.
Production: 700 cases per year.
Taste: In addition to the herbal infusion, on the second level aromas appear of aged wood, the earth just after a rain, truffle and honey. The original blend provokes surprising sensations to the senses. On the palate it is balanced, with just enough sweetness to compliment the accompanying characteristic bitter citrus.
Color: Amber color with mahogany reflections, clean.
Alcohol content: 16%.
Serve with: A good match with anything slight salty or savory, great with appetizers! The traditional tapas from this region are olives and salty nuts. Serve in small pours with 2 ice cubes, cold, or mix it and make your own cocktail!
Talking About the Wines:
International Wine Report, March '16 gave 90 poins to NV Priorat Natur Vermut. "...a complex wine that shows great range...wine begins with aromas of dill, allspice, cardamom, golden delicious apple and nutmeg. There are flavors of white peach pit, Pazzazz apple, apricot and hints of pink grapefruit candy in this slightly sweet and very balanced quaff. This possesses a highly varied array of spices and fruit flavors but the structure of the wine weaves everything together."