The Vinícola del Priorat describes this Grenache varietal as "a great tribute to farming". Harvested by hand, aged on fine lees, it is not only a round wine. It is a wine with a lot of fruit, minerality and the salty touch that we like so much from the good Priorats.
Type of wine
Designation of origin
Style of Wine
Intense and elegant
Aroma of red and black fruits dotted with spicy touches (pepper): this is the Priorats Garnacha.
To start, we will enjoy the flavors of ripe red and black fruits (cherries, prunas, strawberry jam). Warm palate and silky texture in combination with a wonderful minerality and a salty note.
All in all we find a fresh, elegant wine that gives off fruit and minerality. If you want to discover what a 100% Garnacha wine means, get a bottle of La Simó.
Between 16 and 18 degrees
Lovers of varietal wines will enjoy the Nadiu collection of the Vinícola del Priorat. In this case, with a pure grenache, very well adapted to the territory. A wine to share and, above all, to enjoy. One of those wines that they like and with which to get it right.
A highly recommended wine to accompany red meats, grilled steak, stews, stews and cheese boards.
In the vinyeard
Grenache vines up to 40 years old, planted on terraces, harvested by hand, in the towns of Gratallops, El Lloar, Vilella Alta and Vilella Baixa.
In the winery
Harvested by hand. Once in the cellar, it ferments in stainless steel tanks and undergoes a gentle aging on fine lees. It is then bottled and rested in the bottle for 12 months.
Located in the heart of Priorat, Vinícola del Priorat is the heir of the local cooperatives of the villages of Gratallops, el Lloar, Vilella Alta and Vilella Baixa, founded in 1917. 140 families are behind this project based on quality and professionalism, with more than 300 small plots growing in the constraints of these four villages.
The Cartoixa de Scala Dei monastery symbolises the historical birthplace of wines and winegrowing of the DOQ Priorat (Qualified Designation of Origin).
Back in the twelfth century, Carthusian monks brought from Provence the knowledge and techniques to develop a viticulture that soon took root and has evolved over the centuries. The Carthusian domains formed the so-called historical Priorat, which today coincides with the DOQ Priorat wine region.
This is much more than just a bottle of wine
Viniscoop's wines and cavas are authentic products of the land. They are made by agricultural cooperatives, which represent hundreds of farming families.
With your purchase you are promoting the social, economic and environmental sustainability of the territory, offering opportunities to young people in rural areas and enjoying authentic products, made following the tradition inherited for generations.
Our values make us different. Cheers and good wine!