£ 10.78/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Acústic 2017
Bottle size and vintage
Can gravitas and elegance be associated with a specific aroma? A difficult question to which the Acústic red appears to want to give an answer. Without any undue effort, as your nose gets nearer the glass, you can discern a special, refined character, an elegance and gravitas urging you to trickle the wine onto your taste buds.
It has a fresh and yet robust entry, and on its passage through the mouth nothing seems to impose, and that's not due to lacking a prominent feature but because of the perfect harmony among all the elements. It does, of course, have a certain strength and warmth as befits a Mediterranean red, but also clean-cut fruit, unpolluted oak and vibrant acidity. Plums and cherries hide behind roasted and balsamic notes, peppered with violets and coated with a juicy, creamy body of absolute purity.
After a vigorous decantation, we'll be transported to the heart of the Montsant, to Mediterranean woodland where the Cariñena works wonders alongside the pleasantness of a lovely sweet Garnacha.
If it is hard to turn away from the sight of its legs slowly running down the glass, it is even more difficult to take your nose and lips away from the glass. Its aromas are constantly changing (heather, liquorice, soil, tree bark...) as is to be expected from a wine produced with the fruit of wise old vines. On top of this, the mature tannins and extremely long lingering aftertaste make it a wine too wonderful to resist. But if that is still not enough to convince, its reasonable price, a definite sense of its terroir, a promising future, and the hand of Albert Jané ensure that wine fans will fall in love with this 'unplugged' acoustic wine, a pure wine with no frills.
Meats cooked on hot stone / Hare / Roasted pork
- Ageing period:10 months
- Barrel age:Semi-new
- Type of wood:French oak
- ViewIntense / Ruby red / Violet rim
- Bouquet:Red fruit / Spicy notes / Balsamic notes / Violets
- Mouth:Balanced / Elegant / Complex / Flavoursome / Long / Unctuous / Good acidity / Ripe fruit / Dense / Elegant tannins
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
- Decanting:Decanting is recommended
- Drinking and storing:Drink now or keep until 2023
Excellent value for money, and a remarkably good wine!
This is a bold, big red with a good complexity on the nose and palate, and a pleasant level of tannins. It is comparable to other very good and considerably more pricey wines from Montsant and Priorat (it is a blend of Samsó = Carignan and Grenache). Also, it has a level of acidity that makes it promising for laying it down in the cellar for a couple of years at least -- I expect it will improve considerably.This goes well with red meats or dishes with strong flavours.by: email@example.com (20/02/2019) - Vintage 2016
Es un vi del Montsant equilibrat que fa anys que coneixem i consumim ocasionalment, la seva relació qualitat/preu es bona.by: josep d'Olesa (14/02/2019) - Vintage 2016
balsámicas de crianza, muy bien integradas, que se prolongan en el recuerdo.
vinos de color picota intenso que llenan la boca con mucha fruta, arándanos y casis, notas de regaliz , MADUREZby: Alan (08/01/2018) - Vintage 2015
This is a fine example of the quality of Grenache. A very well produced wine from the Montsant region. Full bodied, fruity yet almost smokey, good finish on the palate. A lovely wine that has gone to the top of my favourites list.by: Alan (27/07/2017) - Vintage 2014
I really like this wine. Coming from an area I'm biginning to really appreciate, this a real food wine, deep almost chewy, lots of dark berry fruits. Beautiful.
Acústic Celler is the personal project of Albert Jané (of Jané Ventura, Penedès) in the Montsant appellation, with a very specific philosophy: advocating a return to traditional vine-growing methods, by avoiding an excessive use of technology and allowing the vineyards full expression of their particular character in the most natural way possible.