2825 – Red Wine Salanques 2019 Mas Doix

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Characteristics: Salanques 2019 is balance, intensity and purity. The true character of the Priory. It is an old vine blend of 65% Grenache, 25% Carignan and 10% (younger) Syrah that fermented in stainless steel with neutral yeasts and matured in 50/50 new and second-hand French oak barrels for 14 months .Since the creation of Mas Doix in 1998 by Valentí and Ramon Llagostera, they have assumed the commitment to maintain, care for and strengthen the vineyards in an exercise of respect for the environment, culture and people. The purpose: to preserve a lifestyle by valuing grapes from old vines to make distinctive wines that reflect the terroir. Their wines seek to reflect the microclimate of Poboleda (located in the north-western part of the Priorat), its “licorella” slate hills and the vines that grow there.

Vinification: Classification grain by grain in a double selection table. Part of the grapes ferments in stainless steel and another in an oak barrel. After two weeks of maceration, it is pressed and only the bleeding is kept. Perform malolactic.

Aging: Aging between 12 and 14 months in new, second and third year French oak barrels. A trade is made in the middle of parenting.

Varieties: 65% Grenache, 25% Carignan and 10% Syrah

Winery: Mas Doix — Priorat

Vintage: 2019

Graduation: 14.5% Vol.

Bottle type and Capacity: 75 Cl Bordeaux.

Tasting notes:

· View: Intense ruby ​​colour.

· Nose: Very aromatic and balanced, with notes of fresh fruit and wild herbs. It seems unusually oaky, with lots of spice and smoke on the nose and grainy tannins on the palate.

· Mouth: Fruity finish, tasty and easy to drink.

Pairing: Stewed meats, legumes, sausages.

Service: It is recommended to serve it between 14 and 16 ºC.

Additional information

Weight 6,2 kg

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