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Cérvoles 2017



There are some wines whose elegance you can already sense by intuition before opening the bottle. In...

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/ 0.75 L btl

Wine Cérvoles 2017

Spec sheet
TypeRed Wine
Alcohol content i14.5%
Bottle size and vintage0.75 L - 2017


There are some wines whose elegance you can already sense by intuition before opening the bottle. In this case, a tall and slender bottle with a black label and simple design heralds a wine for special occasions. And that’s exactly what it is.

Dressed just right, Cérvoles exhibits a bright dark cherry colour with a rim that is starting to evolve but which still retains its lively ruby-red shade. Tears slowly emerge, leading us to expect a dense, full-bodied wine.

First appearances over, Cérvoles offers us a primary aroma on the nose of black fruit, ripe plums and blackberry jam, but before we can ponder whether maturity might be leading to rather weighty aromas, and especially on swirling the wine glass, up comes a balsamic background that will continue coming through, and be complemented by some spicy notes denoting pepper and fine woods (cedar). A lovely complex ensemble which becomes increasingly exuberant. We recommend that you open the bottle at least an hour beforehand and let the wine open up in the glass, and it’s like an ‘in crescendo’ movement in music - pleasurable, intense and lively. Definitely, Cérvoles is a wine to take time over, a wine for relaxing moments and one we would recommend for special dinners, as an accompaniment to delicacies.

We resist taking a sip because with time in the wine glass new notes have appeared: perhaps stony ground, maybe pine groves, or black olives. This is undoubtedly a Mediterranean wine, juicy and very voluptuous, seductive. After that utter density, hints of liquorice are evident too. A lively, expressive nose, that we can’t grow tired of smelling and which gives us twice as much pleasure when eventually we move on to tasting: that refinement on the nose, that complexity is multiplied on the palate, as long as we’ve allowed the wine to open up enough. Its entry is voluminous, very intense, and the fruit is so ripe you can almost chew it. Intensity, with elegance and balance. Although sweetness wasn’t noticed on the nose, it is sweet and rich on the palate, with some very notable, ripe tannins and generous acidity that confirm it still has a lot of life ahead. As for now, it is exceptionally enjoyable. There are no new twists on the finish, “simply” a ‘decrescendo’, with that roundness slowly fading away.

Food pairing

To enjoy on its own / Rabbit / Hare / Venison


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 15ºC and 16ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Antonio (10/05/2017) - Vintage 2012

Gran vino

La mezcla de sabores que aporta este vino con la mezcla de tipos de uva es increíble. Personalmente creo que es mejor la del 2011 y es un poco caro, pero vale la pena ya que es un vino exclusivo.

by: Jtg (09/12/2017) - Vintage 2014

Un vino redondo y con encanto

Las diferentes variedades del vino le dan un equilibrio redondo en boca con potencia en el paladar encatador y con encanto

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Cérvoles Celler

The Cusiné family has been spreading its vine-growing roots in the Costers del Segre region with Cérvoles Celler. The excellent work in progress of this winery, since its first harvest – 1997 – right up until today, based on strict selection and careful production, has ensured that the quality of their wines has been recognised. The vineyards are located on the northern side of the Montsant, dominated by the Sierra de la Llena, at an altitude of 700 metres, in the Les Garrigues...

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