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La Petite Agnès 2017

La Petite Agnès

2017
Priorat (Spain)

La Petite Agnès is the valiant venture of the Cal Grau winery, one of the projects run by the Compañ...

Other bottle sizes and vintages

11.05

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for La Petite Agnès 2017

Type

Wine Red Young Crianza

Wine region

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

14.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

Review

La Petite Agnès is the valiant venture of the Cal Grau winery, one of the projects run by the Compañía de Vinos Iberian, a wine group to which the Osborne Osborne family belongs and the producer of an extensive catalogue of wines in various Spanish denominations, with the common denominator being the creation of wines which demonstrate the identity of each place and provide a good price-quality ratio. In the case of La Petite Agnès, better than good, excellent!

Uncork the bottle, pour yourself a glass, and on entry its explosion of fruit will take you by surprise. By the second glass, you'll be seduced by its smoothness, its easy-drinking character, its typicity, because of both its varietal and terroir aromas, that Priorat minerality, its luscious whiff on the nose and its freshness, a balsamic sensation which seems to dispute the prominent role with a warmer undertone, revealing notes of toasted bread, cocoa and an earthy hint. The match is won by the overall composition, balanced and essentially fruit-driven. It also exhibits caramel and liqueur touches typical of the Garnacha, and the elegance and finesse of the Cariñena. On the palate it's medium-bodied, so don't expect a huge amount of volume, but it's certainly juicy. Any more reasons needed for enjoying a little Priorat at such an amazing price you'll have to check it twice? A good wine doesn't need to be expensive, and here's the proof: young, fruit-forward, a short stay in barrel which rounds it off and enough time in bottle right now to make it entirely perfect. Glasses at the ready!

Food pairing

Cooked sausages / Rice dishes / Grills / Tapas / Potato omelette

Tasting notes

  • ViewRuby red / Opaque
  • Bouquet:Mineral notes / Ripe red fruit / Blackberries / Slate / Fruit aromas / Toasted bread / Liqueur notes
  • Mouth:Mineral notes / Fresh / Fruit notes / Good acidity / Floral notes / Velvety tannins / Polished tannins

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 17ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Katia (14 Oct) - Vintage 2017

Perfecto calidad/precio

Me encanta y lo compro desde hace años. Siempre da muy buen resultado en todas las celebraciones.

by: Montcadense (19 Jun) - Vintage 2016

Bon vi

Crec que per preu i qualitat no podem esperar res millor

by: Jordi (12 Jun) - Vintage 2016

Sedoso

Lo provamos por vez primera en un restaurante y nos cautivo. Es un vino tinto con el coupage de Garnacha y Cariñena típico del Priorat. Destaca por ser un vino fresco y afrutado con toques de su crianza en barrica. Un vino apto para acompañar en gran diversidad de ocasiones.

by: Figuereo (17/12/2018) - Vintage 2015

Priorat a buen relación calidad precio.

Aromas intensos pero también elegantes que delatan su procedencia. En boca se agarra con suavidad, al igual que las raíces de donde proceden este vino a su tierra, la pizarra.

by: marchessi (02/05/2018) - Vintage 2015

Muy bien

Sin ser super excelente como el resto de vinos de Priorat no defrauda, quizá le falta un poco más de envejecimiento, pero bien