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Clos Berenguer, Clos de Tafall Tinto Priorat 2021


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    43% Garnacha, 18% Carinena, 18% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Syrah

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    Liuba Boiciu

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The Clos de Tafall is a blend of Grenache, Carignan, Cabernet and Syrah; it has intense aromas of herbs, balsamic, and ripe fruit and is intense and powerful on the palate with a long finish. 

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Alcoholic fermentation is carried out for 28 days in stainless steel tanks, after which malolactic fermentation begins in French oak barrels 1-4 passages, in which the wine remains for 12 months. Before bottling the wine "Clos de Tafall" is cleared through 3 filters.

Dating only from 1999, Clos Berenguer is a small family-run estate in Priorat, not far from Barcelona. Clos Berenguer's vineyards are planted partly on slate, but also partly on limestone, which they believe gives them more component parts than some bodegas in the region, that together can give particular complexity. The small gravity-fed winery is situated above an old manganese mine, inactive for almost a century, and Berenguer have restored some of the tunnels for storage of barrels and bottles. They farm just seven hectares of extremely old vines. The vineyards here are planted to a mix of indigenous and international varietals, including Carignan, Grenache Noir and Blanc, Pedro Ximenez, Syrah, and Cabernet.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sergey Turtsevych
Very good

Delicious with long finish, just let it breathe a bit before serving.