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Grimalt Caballero 2015

Grimalt Caballero

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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%
Production1,000 bottles

The wine

Francesc Grimalt (oenologist) and Sergio Caballero are keen enthusiasts of Mallorca’s local grape varieties and well-known for their devotion and dedication to the environment and their vineyards: studying the plants, the soils, selecting, recovering…, with the aim of improving conditions for the grapes, which are therefore able to reflect their identity in the most genuine and natural way.

Their new wine is named after them, and is made using Callet (90%) and Fogoneu grapes, from vines aged between 40 and 50 years old, grown organically, with minimum intervention, in clay loam soils on the Vinya Petita (0.34 ha) and Vinya Ermassos (0.6 ha) estates. Their purpose here is to offer us their own individual interpretation of the Callet: a grape rich in sensations of violets and mineral notes (particularly phosphorous). A wine that is very fresh, subtle, refined and complete.

It may be a little pricier than some, but its limited production, of 1,000 bottles, doesn’t allow much time for thinking it over.

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Ratings and awards

201996 PK
2017(95 - 97) PK
201595 PK
PK: Parker

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Ageing period14 months
Barrel ageNew
Type of woodFrench oak


Vine ageBetween 40 and 50 years
Surface area1.00 hectares

The winery

4 Kilos Vinícola

4 Kilos Vinícola

Francesc Grimalt and Sergio Caballero are the two partners in this bodega, producing wines under the geographical indication of Vino de la Tierra de Mallorca, with a passionate and overriding belief in quality without the need for a huge financial commitment: '4 kilos' alludes to the modest initial investment of 4 million pesetas.