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Cellar Cesca Vicent Priorat 2013

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Intense reddish colour with violet tones. Good brilliant maroon depth. On the nose, the first impression is surprising and pleasant, on a perfumed backdrop of flowers, fruits and species as strawberries, plums, violets, clove, pepper and tobacco leaves. Bouquet of well-structured oak wood. In the mouth, it is tasty; full bodied with a pleasant finish (maintains a very good acidity). With well-integrated tannins, this, together with the characteristics of the ageing process in the bottle, brings out the wine’s harmony and flavour. Well-balanced, frank and fresh with a lasting perfumed persistence evoking its terroir, the Priorato. Harvesting is carried out by hand separately, with selected bunches of grapes being harvested when they are at optimum ripeness. Premaceration in refrigerated stores and controlled fermentation in stainless steel tank. The wine is daily gently pumped and during the fermentation, it goes at least trough 3 or 4 rack and returns. Once the malolactic fermentation is over, part of the wine rests in French and American oak barrels where it remains for 6 months (66% of the wine). - Winery Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha tinta ** Only 1 in Stock **

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External Reviews for Cellar Cesca Vicent Priorat

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Vintage: 2012 07/05/2015

Intense reddish colour with violet tones. Good brilliant maroon depth. On the nose, the first impression is surprising and pleasant, on a perfumed backdrop of flowers, fruits and species as strawberries, plums, violets, clove, pepper and tobacco leaves. Bouquet of well-structured oak wood. In the mouth, it is tasty; full bodied with a pleasant finish (maintains a very good acidity). With well-integrated tannins, this, together with the characteristics of the ageing process in the bottle, brings out the wine’s harmony and flavour. Well-balanced, frank and fresh with a lasting perfumed persistence evoking its terroir, the Priorato. Harvesting is carried out by hand separately, with selected bunches of grapes being harvested when they are at optimum ripeness. Premaceration in refrigerated stores and controlled fermentation in stainless steel tank. The wine is daily gently pumped and during the fermentation, it goes at least trough 3 or 4 rack and returns. Once the malolactic fermentation is over, part of the wine rests in French and American oak barrels where it remains for 6 months (66% of the wine). - Winery Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha tinta ** Only 1 in Stock **


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Vintage: 2012 11/04/2014

Intense reddish colour with violet tones. Good brilliant maroon depth. On the nose, the first impression is surprising and pleasant, on a perfumed backdrop of flowers, fruits and species as strawberries, plums, violets, clove, pepper and tobacco leaves. Bouquet of well-structured oak wood. In the mouth, it is tasty; full bodied with a pleasant finish (maintains a very good acidity). With well-integrated tannins, this, together with the characteristics of the ageing process in the bottle, brings out the wines harmony and flavour. Well-balanced, frank and fresh with a lasting perfumed persistence evoking its terroir, the Priorato. Harvesting is carried out by hand separately, with selected bunches of grapes being harvested when they are at optimum ripeness. Premaceration in refrigerated stores and controlled fermentation in stainless steel tank. The wine is daily gently pumped and during the fermentation, it goes at least trough 3 or 4 rack and returns. Once the malolactic fermentation is over, part of the wine rests in French and American oak barrels where it remains for 6 months (66% of the wine). - WineryGrapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Garnacha tinta


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Vintage: 2011 02/27/2014

Vivid ruby. Ripe cherry and plum on the nose and palate. Broad and fleshy Priorat wine with good finishing cling, soft tannins and a touch of heat. This wine checks in at 15.5% alcohol, by the way.


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Vintage: 2010 02/27/2014

(40% grenache, 35% cabernet sauvignon, 15% merlot and 10% syrah; 15% alcohol): Bright purple. Mineral-accented aromas of cherry, redcurrant, licorice and violet, with a smoky overtone. Racy and youthfully tight on entry, then fleshier in the mid-palate, featuring bitter cherry and floral pastille flavors and nervy mineral cut. Finishes bright and long, with very good clarity and thrust. ** Only 1 in Stock **


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Vintage: 2010 06/27/2013

(40% grenache, 35% cabernet sauvignon, 15% merlot and 10% syrah; 15% alcohol): Bright purple. Mineral-accented aromas of cherry, redcurrant, licorice and violet, with a smoky overtone. Racy and youthfully tight on entry, then fleshier in the mid-palate, featuring bitter cherry and floral pastille flavors and nervy mineral cut. Finishes bright and long, with very good clarity and thrust.


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Vintage: 2009 11/03/2011

(40% garnacha, 35% cabernet sauvignon, 15% merlot and 10% syrah): Bright red. Musky red berries and dried cherry on the nose, enlivened by a spicy nuance. Tight and racy but slightly dry, offering brisk redcurrant and cherry flavors and a dusty mineral note. Opens up a bit with air and finishes with tangy cherry skin bite and lingering spiciness. This benefits from decanting.


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Vintage: 2009 06/27/2013

(40% garnacha, 35% cabernet sauvignon, 15% merlot and 10% syrah): Bright red. Musky red berries and dried cherry on the nose, enlivened by a spicy nuance. Tight and racy but slightly dry, offering brisk redcurrant and cherry flavors and a dusty mineral note. Opens up a bit with air and finishes with tangy cherry skin bite and lingering spiciness. This benefits from decanting. ** SOLD OUT **


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