1919 tinto Joven bag in box 5 L
Mil nou-cents dinou (1919) evokes the origins of the Gandesa Cooperative, built that same year. It is a young red wine marked by the quality of the DO Terra Alta and made with red grenache, carignan and syrah obtained from middle-aged vineyards. It is presented in bag in box format of 5 liters, an innovative, sustainable and practical format that will preserve the wine in optimal conditions guaranteed for much longer. Because a wine in bag in box can also be a high quality wine.
Type of wine
Designation of origin
Do Terra Alta
Style of Wine
Casual and fruity
Intense cherry color.
Fresh aromas of red fruit and minerals.
Fresh, with touches of ripe fruit and with a pleasant, long and persistent aftertaste.
The grapes of this wine are obtained from middle-aged vineyards. Its ingredients are the red grenache, carignan and syrah of Terra Alta. The combination between the red and citrus fruit of the Grenache, the hardiness of the Carignan and the acidity of the Syrah fit in an incredible way.
Between 16 and 18 degreegrados
This wine is made to be part of meals with white or red meats, especially for barbacue. Taken at its ideal temperature and accompanied by this type of meat, pasta, or even grilled vegetables, it guarantees its total success. In addition, the format in which it is presented will allow the wine to be preserved for several weeks.
Mil nou-cents dinou is ideal to accompany grilled white or red meats, baked chicken, rabbit or Iberian secret. Also for vegetables or pasta.
In the vinyeard
Grapes obtained from middle-aged vineyards of Terra Alta. Black Grenache, Carignan and Syrah carefully selected for this wine.
In the winery
Macerated and fermented in stainless steel vats for 20 days at approximately 20ºC
Cooperativa De Gandesa
On 19 February 1919, José Maria Sierras, founder and first chairman of the cooperative, and Jaume Fontanet, member of the board, commissioned the architect César Martinell, a disciple of the great architects Josep Puig i Cadafalch and Antoni Gaudi, to construct the Bodega Cooperativa de Gandesa, then called the Gandesa Agricultural Cooperation Union.
Do Terra Alta
The so-called Customs of Orta (1296) and Miravet (1319) already regulated the sale of wine from the region. But it wasn't until the late nineteenth century that winegrowing became widespread. With the phylloxera plague, the demand from producers for DO Terra Alta  grapes increased, first from the French and then from the neighbouring regions that today are DO Tarragona and DOQ Priorat. In the early twentieth century, the organisation of cooperatives was a revolution.
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