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Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This highly limited cuvée is hand made from 100-year-old vines that suffer daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides.
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Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This highly-limited Priorat wine is handmade from the fruit of 100-year-old vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth. Carthusian monks first planted vines in Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory').
2007
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 19 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
76% Grenache, 24% Carignan.
Tasting Notes
Colour: Bright reddish-purple colour with opac meniscus.
Aroma: Fine and elegant aromatic expression. Black and red fruits, licorice, spices, forest herbs, menthol and minerality. Great complexity, fresh and warm set at the same time.
Flavour: Great aromatic expression, repeating the notes found in the nose. Fresh, fine and elegant, with a very soft tannin. Voluminous wine with good structure and acidity. Very aromatic and persistent finish.
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Gran Clos
Gran Clos
Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This award-winning, limited-production Priorat wine comes from the fruit of 30 to 90-year-old vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth and has done so since Carthusian monks first planted vines in Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory').
2014
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 19 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
Grenache, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright. Almost opaque, precious red purplish colour of high intensity.
Aroma: Fresh and aromatic, with intense notes of fresh fruit and flowers, mainly violet. Also aromatic wild herbs, balsamic and minerality.
Flavour: Aromatic freshness, with a concentration of fresh fruit. Fruit texture and fine structure. It is a wide, expressive and complex wine. Aftertaste, notes of fresh fruit and wild herbs.
Food Pairings: Any grilled meat, specially beef and lamb. Cooked meats. Best match for serrano ham and specially Jabugo. Aged cheeses from any origin such as Parmiggiano, Manchego or Cheddar.
Harvest and pressing
September 29th - October 11th
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Finca el puig
Finca el puig
Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This highly limited cuvée is hand made from 100-year-old vines that suffer daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth and has done so since Carthusian monks first planted vines in This multiple-award-winning Priorat wine comes from the fruit of vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Finca el Puig shows the classic typicity of "Priorat" wines, with a great balance between structure, texture, fruit and freshness. Finca el Puig is also the name of our main plantation, from which we obtain the grapes to make this wine, which faithfully shows the soil and climatic characteristics of this wonderful piece of land. Garnacha predominates along with the presence of other varieties such as Carignan and, to a lesser extent, Cabernet and Syrah.Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory'). This majestic estate-bottled red is richly aromatic with flavors of raspberry and blackberry. Finca El Puig is an ideal match for paella, rice dishes, duck, game and red meats.
2013
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 15 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
Garnatxa, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very intense and bright. Precious reddish-purple colour.
Aroma: Fresh and ripe, with notes of red and black fruit, such as raspberries and blackberries. Aromas of balsamic and aromatic herbs, which add freshness. It also stands out for its minerality notes.
Flavour: Well-balanced, with structure and velvety tannins. Fruity texture and good acidity. Aromatic expression of fruits and wild.
Food Pairings: Any grilled meat, specially beef and lamb. Best match for Serrano ham and specially Jabugo. Aged cheeses from any origin such as Parmiggiano, Manchego and Cheddar.
Harvest and pressing
September 13th - October 18th
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Solluna
Solluna
The sun and the moon combine with the dense slate “llicorella” soils of Priorat to create an intense and explosive wine of complexity, character and finesse –vines, like people, often thrive upon adversity. For this reason, the name of this wine is a kind of pun that consists of the words "sol" and "lluna", which means “sun” and “moon”.
2017
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 10 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 20%, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cariñena
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright, high intensity. Almost opaque red purplish colour.
Aroma: Perfumed and fresh aroma. Fine and expressive whit black and red ripe fruit, thin spices, forest wild herbs, balsamic tones and minerality.
Flavour: Well-balanced whit silky mouth. Medium structure, refined. Fresh varied fruit, whit balsamic hints and licorice that coming in final. Spices and minerals. Fine structure, weight of fresh fruit and fine tannins.
Harvest and pressing
September 4th - October 12th
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Les Mines
Les Mines
The dense slate “llicorella” soils of Priorat produce vines with a unique mineral complexity. These soils, first planted by Carthusians in the 12th century, were worked by miners and monks for centuries. This wine is a tribute to these miners, whom not only worked hard in the mine, but also continued to care for the vineyards. It is also thanks to them that we can still enjoy these historical vineyards.
2017
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 10 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cariñena.
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright. Almost opaque red purplish colour of high intensity.
Aroma: Fresh and perfumed aroma. Fine and expressive whit black and red ripe fruit, balsamic tones, thin spices, forest wild herbs and minerality.
Flavour: Well-balanced whit silky mouth, medium structure, refined. Fresh varied fruit, whit licorice and balsamic hints that coming in final. Spices and minerals. Fine structure, weight of fresh fruit and fine tannins.
Harvest and pressing
September 7th - October 12th
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Gran clos (blanc)
Gran clos (blanc)
Taking advantage of an ancient tradition of the winegrowers in Priorat that consisted of cultivating white grape vines among the black grape vines, we selected the white grape from the different plantations to produce Gran Clos Blanc, a coupage of White Grenache with a small portion of Macabeu.
2018
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 9 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
Garnatxa Blanca, Macabeu
Tasting Notes
Colour: Straw yellow, luminous with golden rim.
Aroma: Expressive, aromatic and complex, with minerality, floral, fresh fruit, peach, quince and citrus notes. Also aromatic herbs and balsamic.
Flavour: Well-balanced and fresh, with breadth and good structure. It is an expressive wine, with volume and concentration. Fruity, floral and minerality flavours.
Food Pairings: Fresh goat and blue cheeses from any origin will highlight this wine wonderfully. Due to the high floral and fruit concentration on the wine it would go perfectly with any meat or fish cooked with fresh fruits as well as shrimps and calamari.
Harvest and pressing
September 12th - September 19th
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365 Rose
365 Rose
"365" is a highly-limited and a special wine. An interesting and surprising balance between freshness, fruit and complexity. Through "365", at Gran Clos we offer a great rosé wine to enjoy the hot summer days or to pair with a good meal at any time of the year.
2018
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation.
Grapes
100% Garnatxa Negra
Tasting Notes
Colour: A light pink hue.
Aroma: Fresh and ripe. A fruity wine that lingers in both the nose and on the palate.
Flavour: Well-balanced fruity texture and good acidity.
Harvest and pressing
September 7th- September 8th
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Olive Oil
Olive Oil
Handmade from 100% cold-pressed Arbequina olives Soil and microclimate are just as important to olive trees as they are to vines. The flavours of olive oil are greatly affected by their terroir and by the manner in which they are handled and pressed. The oils of Tuscany typically exhibit a peppery finish while the olives of Catalunya are renowned for their zesty citrus and almond characters. Planting olive trees around the borders of vineyards is an ancient Priorat tradition stretching back many centuries. Olive oils from trees in the Priorat region are bottled under the strict regulations of the Siurana appellation—the olive trees on the Gran Clos estate are 100% Arbequina. This varietal, the most popular in Siurana, is small in size, with a tiny yield (approximately 15kg of oil from 100kg olives) that delivers exceptional quality and concentration of flavor. We cold press our olives the same day as they are harvested to capture the best of the aroma and flavor. We made only 999 bottles in the 2006 harvest and hope that each one goes to a deserving home!
2019
Cultivation
From olive trees—some over 100 years old— growing in the slate soil of our award-winning Priorat vineyards.
Harvest and pressing
The olives are shaken from the tree by hand, then collected in nets and cold pressed the same day.
Olives
100% Arbequina
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Cartus
Cartus
Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This highly-limited Priorat wine is handmade from the fruit of 100-year-old vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth. Carthusian monks first planted vines in Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory').
2007
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 19 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
76% Grenache, 24% Carignan.
Tasting Notes
Colour: Bright reddish-purple colour with opac meniscus.
Aroma: Fine and elegant aromatic expression. Black and red fruits, licorice, spices, forest herbs, menthol and minerality. Great complexity, fresh and warm set at the same time.
Flavour: Great aromatic expression, repeating the notes found in the nose. Fresh, fine and elegant, with a very soft tannin. Voluminous wine with good structure and acidity. Very aromatic and persistent finish.
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Gran Clos
Gran Clos
Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This award-winning, limited-production Priorat wine comes from the fruit of 30 to 90-year-old vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth and has done so since Carthusian monks first planted vines in Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory').
2014
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 19 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
Grenache, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright. Almost opaque, precious red purplish colour of high intensity.
Aroma: Fresh and aromatic, with intense notes of fresh fruit and flowers, mainly violet. Also aromatic wild herbs, balsamic and minerality.
Flavour: Aromatic freshness, with a concentration of fresh fruit. Fruit texture and fine structure. It is a wide, expressive and complex wine. Aftertaste, notes of fresh fruit and wild herbs.
Food Pairings: Any grilled meat, specially beef and lamb. Cooked meats. Best match for serrano ham and specially Jabugo. Aged cheeses from any origin such as Parmiggiano, Manchego or Cheddar.
Harvest and pressing
September 29th - October 11th
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Finca el puig
Finca el puig
Vines, like people, often reach their peak in the face of adversity. This highly limited cuvée is hand made from 100-year-old vines that suffer daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Their fruit offers a unique mineral complexity that could come from no other place on earth and has done so since Carthusian monks first planted vines in This multiple-award-winning Priorat wine comes from the fruit of vines that struggle daily to survive in dense slate soils on steep hillsides. Finca el Puig shows the classic typicity of "Priorat" wines, with a great balance between structure, texture, fruit and freshness. Finca el Puig is also the name of our main plantation, from which we obtain the grapes to make this wine, which faithfully shows the soil and climatic characteristics of this wonderful piece of land. Garnacha predominates along with the presence of other varieties such as Carignan and, to a lesser extent, Cabernet and Syrah.Priorat in the 12th century (Priorat is the Catalan word for 'priory'). This majestic estate-bottled red is richly aromatic with flavors of raspberry and blackberry. Finca El Puig is an ideal match for paella, rice dishes, duck, game and red meats.
2013
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 15 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
Garnatxa, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very intense and bright. Precious reddish-purple colour.
Aroma: Fresh and ripe, with notes of red and black fruit, such as raspberries and blackberries. Aromas of balsamic and aromatic herbs, which add freshness. It also stands out for its minerality notes.
Flavour: Well-balanced, with structure and velvety tannins. Fruity texture and good acidity. Aromatic expression of fruits and wild.
Food Pairings: Any grilled meat, specially beef and lamb. Best match for Serrano ham and specially Jabugo. Aged cheeses from any origin such as Parmiggiano, Manchego and Cheddar.
Harvest and pressing
September 13th - October 18th
Go shopping
Solluna
Solluna
The sun and the moon combine with the dense slate “llicorella” soils of Priorat to create an intense and explosive wine of complexity, character and finesse –vines, like people, often thrive upon adversity. For this reason, the name of this wine is a kind of pun that consists of the words "sol" and "lluna", which means “sun” and “moon”.
2017
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 10 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 20%, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cariñena
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright, high intensity. Almost opaque red purplish colour.
Aroma: Perfumed and fresh aroma. Fine and expressive whit black and red ripe fruit, thin spices, forest wild herbs, balsamic tones and minerality.
Flavour: Well-balanced whit silky mouth. Medium structure, refined. Fresh varied fruit, whit balsamic hints and licorice that coming in final. Spices and minerals. Fine structure, weight of fresh fruit and fine tannins.
Harvest and pressing
September 4th - October 12th
Go shopping
Les Mines
Les Mines
The dense slate “llicorella” soils of Priorat produce vines with a unique mineral complexity. These soils, first planted by Carthusians in the 12th century, were worked by miners and monks for centuries. This wine is a tribute to these miners, whom not only worked hard in the mine, but also continued to care for the vineyards. It is also thanks to them that we can still enjoy these historical vineyards.
2017
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 10 months in French oak barrels.
Grapes
70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cariñena.
Tasting Notes
Colour: Very well defined and bright. Almost opaque red purplish colour of high intensity.
Aroma: Fresh and perfumed aroma. Fine and expressive whit black and red ripe fruit, balsamic tones, thin spices, forest wild herbs and minerality.
Flavour: Well-balanced whit silky mouth, medium structure, refined. Fresh varied fruit, whit licorice and balsamic hints that coming in final. Spices and minerals. Fine structure, weight of fresh fruit and fine tannins.
Harvest and pressing
September 7th - October 12th
Go shopping
Gran clos (blanc)
Gran clos (blanc)
Taking advantage of an ancient tradition of the winegrowers in Priorat that consisted of cultivating white grape vines among the black grape vines, we selected the white grape from the different plantations to produce Gran Clos Blanc, a coupage of White Grenache with a small portion of Macabeu.
2018
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation. 9 months in French oak barrels
Grapes
Garnatxa Blanca, Macabeu
Tasting Notes
Colour: Straw yellow, luminous with golden rim.
Aroma: Expressive, aromatic and complex, with minerality, floral, fresh fruit, peach, quince and citrus notes. Also aromatic herbs and balsamic.
Flavour: Well-balanced and fresh, with breadth and good structure. It is an expressive wine, with volume and concentration. Fruity, floral and minerality flavours.
Food Pairings: Fresh goat and blue cheeses from any origin will highlight this wine wonderfully. Due to the high floral and fruit concentration on the wine it would go perfectly with any meat or fish cooked with fresh fruits as well as shrimps and calamari.
Harvest and pressing
September 12th - September 19th
Go shopping
365 Rose
365 Rose
"365" is a highly-limited and a special wine. An interesting and surprising balance between freshness, fruit and complexity. Through "365", at Gran Clos we offer a great rosé wine to enjoy the hot summer days or to pair with a good meal at any time of the year.
2018
Vineyards & Winemaking
Temperature-controlled fermentation.
Grapes
100% Garnatxa Negra
Tasting Notes
Colour: A light pink hue.
Aroma: Fresh and ripe. A fruity wine that lingers in both the nose and on the palate.
Flavour: Well-balanced fruity texture and good acidity.
Harvest and pressing
September 7th- September 8th
Go shopping
Olive Oil
Olive Oil
Handmade from 100% cold-pressed Arbequina olives Soil and microclimate are just as important to olive trees as they are to vines. The flavours of olive oil are greatly affected by their terroir and by the manner in which they are handled and pressed. The oils of Tuscany typically exhibit a peppery finish while the olives of Catalunya are renowned for their zesty citrus and almond characters. Planting olive trees around the borders of vineyards is an ancient Priorat tradition stretching back many centuries. Olive oils from trees in the Priorat region are bottled under the strict regulations of the Siurana appellation—the olive trees on the Gran Clos estate are 100% Arbequina. This varietal, the most popular in Siurana, is small in size, with a tiny yield (approximately 15kg of oil from 100kg olives) that delivers exceptional quality and concentration of flavor. We cold press our olives the same day as they are harvested to capture the best of the aroma and flavor. We made only 999 bottles in the 2006 harvest and hope that each one goes to a deserving home!
2019
Cultivation
From olive trees—some over 100 years old— growing in the slate soil of our award-winning Priorat vineyards.
Harvest and pressing
The olives are shaken from the tree by hand, then collected in nets and cold pressed the same day.
Olives
100% Arbequina
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