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Artigas 2019


A Priorat with an international feel



/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeRed Wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.5%
Production25,000 bottles

The wine

Artigas is, among Mas Alta’s great wines, the most affordable. It’s produced mainly using Garnacha (60%) grapes, although it also has Cariñena (25%) and a small amount of Cabernet Sauvignon. Its Priorat personality is obvious, yet certain Cabernet notes have caught one or two out at first, maybe hinting at a French terrain. After a few minutes the powerfulness and minerality come through, leaving not a shadow of a doubt that Artigas is a magnificent Priorat wine.

What does this wine taste like?


Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Red meat

Cannelloni / Roasts / Marinated meats / Game dishes

Ratings and awards

201892 PK
201791 PK
201692 PK
201591 PK
201390 PK
201193 PN
PK: ParkerPN: Peñín

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker

The red 2018 Artigas feels a bit creamier, with the oak more noticeable than in the 2017, but the overall balance, integration and mouthfeel is better, especially the texture, with finer-grained tannins and a supple finish. I still notice the new or new-ish oak used for the aging of the Cabernet and Cariñena, which each represent some 10% of the blend. The Garnacha matured in third-use barrels, and the élevage lasted 16 months. 25,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in June 2020.

— Luis Gutiérrez (30/12/2020)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2018 - 92 PARKER

Customer reviews

7 reviews

Wine making

Vinification materialCement
Ageing period16 months
Barrel ageNew, second and third year
Type of woodFrench oak


Vine ageBetween 10 and 90 years
SoilLlicorella / Calcareous-clay
YieldsLow yields
Altitude400.00 meters

The winery

Bodegas Mas Alta

Bodegas Mas Alta

Mas Alta was founded in the village of La Vilella Alta at the end of the nineties (1999) by two Belgian families (Lambrecht and Vanhoutte), with the technical assistance of Michel Tardieu, the eminent French oenologist. They were neither the first nor will they be the last to come over from other countries and establish themselves in this highly-esteemed Catalan region, enthralled by the exceptional nature of this terroir. Although typically Priorat, Mas Alta wines have always...