What does this wine taste like?
|Violet red / Intense|
|Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Floral scents / Fresh|
|Smooth / Rich / Long / Easy to drink|
Drinking and storing
White meats / Cooked sausages / Rice dishes / Semi-cured cheeses / Poultry / Aperitifs / Vegetables / Stuffed aubergines
Considering the price this is an excellent summer red.
I drank this with Tapas in a small restaurant in the Spanish Pyrenees having ridden over the col de Mente with the Portillon to come after lunch. It has style and body, with lots of deep fruit flavours. It might lack complexity and finish but at the price it can’t be beaten.
A great taste, slightly dry, 14%, works well with chocolate and Spanish tapas, almost too easily drinkable ;) and was worth paying extra to get it imported to our home.
Marmellans Negre is a good, not to expensive wine. I suggest you try it and like it. I think you will try it and enjoy.
We love it, intense flavour, very authentic, reminds us of our visit the town where the wine is produced.
Went well with a spicy chili. matched it well and for price paid is great value. Nice fruit.
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Ageing period||10 months|
The Capçanes Cooperative was founded in 1933 and currently numbers 125 members who contribute between them some 250 hectares of vineyards. Although located in the Priorat region, their vineyards originally belonged to the Tarragona DO, until 2001 when the Montsant denomination for this area of Falset and its vicinity was approved. The Cooperative's updating and upward evolution have resulted over recent years in a very significant qualitative change in their wines, making it...