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AA Dolç Mataró 2018 (0.37 L)

AA Dolç Mataró

2018 (0.37 L)
Alella (Spain)
0.37 L

Essential sweet wine made from overripe grapes of the Mataró variety (monastrell). The best grapes, ...


/ 0.37 L btl

Details for AA Dolç Mataró 2018 (0.37 L)


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0.37 L - 2018


Essential sweet wine made from overripe grapes of the Mataró variety (monastrell). The best grapes, selected grain by grain, macerate for 6 months, then they are pressed and the aging of two months in the barrel begins. In the glass is a delight with aromas of violets and licorice, figs and orange peel. Surprised in the mouth its fine tannicity and delicate memories of cocoa powder. Addictive and sensual.


  • Soil:Sandy loam
  • Climate:Mediterranean


  • Vinification material:Wood
  • Ageing period:2 months
  • Type of wood:French oak

Tasting notes

  • ViewPicota cherry red / Intense / Violet glints
  • Bouquet:Blackberries / Candied fruit / Dried figs / Plums / Orange peel / Green tea
  • Mouth:Balanced / Flavoursome / Unctuous / Good acidity / Black fruit / Rich / Well-integrated / Fruit aromas / Candied fruit / Croccante

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by: Genial (11/01/2018) - Vintage 2013


Me encanta este vino, ya sea para cocinar como para disfrutarlo solo. Una gran compras, sin duda. Repetiremos seguro seguro

by: MLM (17/12/2017) - Vintage 2013


Una verdadera sorpresa, encontrarse con un dulce de Alella hecho exclusivamente con uva Monastrell, extraordinario. Rojo intenso, Aromas frutales y en boca sabroso, goloso con buena acidez.

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