2019 Terroir Sense Fronteres Montsant Negre

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Really perfumed and beautiful with lots of bright fruit and spices. Lots of lavender, too. It’s full-bodied with creamy tannins. Delicious finish. Drink or hold.
James Suckling
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Alcohol
12.5%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2019
Light Dark
Wine Scale 4
How's it taste?
Negre is a blend of 75% Garnacha and 25% Cariñena, from mature vines sited around Capçanes. The 25-year-old (on average) bush vines sit at 350 metres on limestone, clay and slate with varied exposures. Specifically, the Garnacha comes from the mixed sandy clay soils known locally as panal and the Cariñena is from predominantly red clay soils. This release was 100% whole-bunch fermented in tank only, a gentle yet short fermentation that took only around seven to eight days. Following this, the wine rested in tank for six months and was bottled unfiltered. Redolent of freshly picked raspberries, ripe cherries, mountain herbs and crushed rock, the aromas here could hardly be more enticing. Equally energetic on the palate, there’s excellent depth while it remains extremely light on its feet—we love the way it’s driven as much by the wine’s bright acidity as it is by the gentle, yet crunchy tannins. Easily the most exciting release under this label yet.
How was it made?
Negre is a blend of 75% Garnacha and 25% Cariñena, from mature vines sited around Capçanes. The 25-year-old (on average) bush vines sit at 350 metres on limestone, clay and slate with varied exposures. Specifically, the Garnacha comes from the mixed sandy clay soils known locally as panal and the Cariñena is from predominantly red clay soils. This release was 100% whole-bunch fermented in tank only, a gentle yet short fermentation that took only around seven to eight days. Following this, the wine rested in tank for six months and was bottled unfiltered. Redolent of freshly picked raspberries, ripe cherries, mountain herbs and crushed rock, the aromas here could hardly be more enticing. Equally energetic on the palate, there’s excellent depth while it remains extremely light on its feet—we love the way it’s driven as much by the wine’s bright acidity as it is by the gentle, yet crunchy tannins. Easily the most exciting release under this label yet.
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James Suckling
Really perfumed and beautiful with lots of bright fruit and spices. Lots of lavender, too. It’s full-bodied with creamy tannins. Delicious finish. Drink or hold.
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