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Auditori 2016


Montsant (Spain)

Albert Jané produces his Auditori with grapes from old Garnacha vines, aged between 60-70 years old,...


/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Auditori 2016


Wine Red Crianza




Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2016


Albert Jané produces his Auditori with grapes from old Garnacha vines, aged between 60-70 years old, grown in three small vineyards. The soils there are poor, stony and sandy-clay in texture. This idyllic vintage, after years of heat and drought, meant that very low yields were obtained, with grapes in a perfect state of maturity and of great concentration. The result has been a delicate wine, which is fruit-forward, complex and fragrant, but unfortunately with few bottles available for release.

Malolactic fermentation in barrel. Aged for 13 months in one-fill French oak barrels.


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Jevgenijs (03/01/2017) - Vintage 2013

A true gem

This is a gem from Montsan. Deep red color, almost violet. The nose is quite flat. But the taste! It starts as a French-style classic wine, then continues with berries, then with herbs, and finishes with sweeter notes. Naturally, the palette is also influenced by the food. I tried this eine with beef ropa vieja style dish.

Acústic Celler

Acústic Celler

Acústic Celler is the personal project of Albert Jané (of Jané Ventura, Penedès) in the Montsant appellation, with a very specific philosophy: advocating a return to traditional vine-growing methods, by avoiding an excessive use of technology and allowing the vineyards full expression of their particular character in the most natural way possible.