WINES

braó

 

EXTREMELY OLD CARINYENA AND GARNATXA VINES

Braó means strength, bravery, courage… they are very strong vines that have withstood many years of drought and extreme temperatures.

Varieties: 15% Garnatxa which brings refinement, fruit and complexity and 85% Carinyena which gives colour, structure and masculinity to the wine.

Terrain: Poor terrain with clay, sand, pebbles and panal (fossilised sand dunes). Altitude of between 300 and 700 m. Very low yields of 1000 - 2000 kg/hectare.

Ageing: 13 months ageing in new French oak barrels and 2-3 years in lightly toasted barrels.

Organic: In conversion.

 

Old vines of between 60 and 95 years

 

AWARDS

Ratings of the vintages

98/100 points Guía de vinos y Aceites 2020

94/100 points Guía de Vinos Gourmets 2019

93/100 points Guia Intervinos 2020

94/100 points Guía Intervinos 2021

94/100 points Peñín Guide 2021

93/100 points Peñín Guide 2019

93/100 points Peñín Guide 2020

94.85/100 points Wine Up! 2019

94+ points Gold Tast Wine Up! 2020 (94.23/100) 31 top 100

93,77/100 points Wine Up! 2021

92/100 points Guía Vivir el Vino 2021

92/100 points Guía de Vinos ABC 2021 –Juan Fernández-Cuesta

92/100 points in Vinous (USA) by Josh Reynolds.

92/100 points Wine Spectator Magazine (USA) 2021

91/100 points Gilbert & Gaillard 2021, gold medal.

91/100 points James Suckling tasting 2019

9,64/10 points La Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2020

9,59/10 points La Guia de Vins de Catalunya 2021