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Gotes del Montsant 2017

Gotes del Montsant


Gotes del Montsant and Gotes del Priorat are made with the same blend: 50% Garnacha and 50% Cariñena,...

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Wine Gotes del Montsant 2017

Spec sheet
TypeRed Wine Young Crianza
Alcohol content i13.5%
Bottle size and vintage0.75 L - 2017


Gotes del Montsant and Gotes del Priorat are made with the same blend: 50% Garnacha and 50% Cariñena, although from two entirely distinct areas: Montsant and Priorat.

This one is made from grapes grown in vineyards over 40 years old, located at altitudes that range from 300 to 700 metres, and are predominantly orientated towards the east and south-east. It is a thoroughly recommendable wine for getting to know the Montsant terroir, and an approachable wine, likeable, aromatic and appealing. The sort you know you’ll enjoy drinking, without giving it a second thought.

Aged for 6 months in French oak barrels.


  • Vinification material:Wood
  • Ageing period:8 months
  • Type of wood:French oak


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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by: josep d'Olesa (15/03/2017) - Vintage 2014

Muy fresco.

Un vino de mucha claridad, muy fresco, con mucha fruta, intenso y muy vivo en nariz. En boca se desliza suave, salino, profundo y sabroso, pura expresión frutal conjugada con un frescor fantástico. Es un vino que invita a beber. La madera es casi imperceptible, muy limpia.

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Alfredo Arribas

Alfredo Arribas began his career in the wine business in 2001, with the Portal del Priorat project, on the Clos del Portal estate. With his curiosity aroused regarding the potential of the neighbouring denomination of Montsant, he was inspired to operate these two regions in parallel, making two limited production lines called “Trossos”. Tros Blanc and Tros Negre were his first two cuvées, two single varietals of Garnacha Blanca and Garnacha Tinta, followed shortly after by...

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