Broken Slates

About the Wine

The Priorat is a region located in the south of Catalonia, in the Cordillera Prelitoral. It borders with the region of Conca de Barberà in the northeast, with the Garrigues in the north, with Ribera d’Ebre in the west and southwest, and with Baix Camp in the southeast and east. It is flanked by the Montsant mountain range in the north, and the Mola de Colldejou, the Llaberia mountain range and the Santa Marina mountain range in the south.

The varieties are vinified separately, fermenting at a controlled temperature between 20 ºC and 22 ºC. The maceration is long, about 24 days. After malolactic fermentation, the varieties are blended and the wine is transferred to barrels. 

The aging is about 12 months and is carried out in French and American oak barrels at a controlled temperature of 18ºC. Once the aging is finished, the barrels are blended and the wine is bottled.