Les Cousins L'Inconscient2022
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£15.16/ 0.75 L btl
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What does this wine taste like?
L'Inconscient is a fresh, lively wine, but serious, complex and profound as well. The Cariñena grape, which makes up 30% of the wine's coupage, appears rather shy in the glass; the first impression is of a compact nose, somewhat closed, but in due course it does reveal its merits (we recommend opening the bottle at least half an hour before drinking). Once opened up, it begins to release aromas of great elegance, from fruits gathered in the forest (wild fruits, spicy notes) to velvety aromas (rose fragrance). It seems as though the wine is suddenly waking up after a long sleep.
There is a similar reaction on the palate. It starts off tasting a little dry, but in time, it also exhibits both a slight sweetness and strawberry flavours. The fruit is good quality, handled well (short macerations), and the wine is very easy to drink, clean, honest, with a creamy feel but light touch, with mineral and earthy notes, a smooth structure and well-integrated, refreshing acidity.
Drinking and storing
Salads with meat / Rice dishes / Rabbit / Mediterranean cuisine / Warm salads / As an aperitif
Nos ha decepcionado. Un poco tosco y de sabores fuertes que se quedan en el paladar durante horas
Smooth, dry, and lovely on the palate. One of our favorite under 20 euros.
Did not like it at all. Not at all smooth. Using it for cooking.
This wine is always good. Big wine with good tannin and fruit
Very Good Value
This is my second order of this particular wine. I am a big fan of the wine from Priorat and this is a very good wine to start with.....a great value, easy drinking red. Suspect I will be ordering some more very shortly.
|Ageing period||12 months|
|Type of wood||French oak|
|Climate||Continental with Mediterranean influence|
Les Cousins Marc & Adrià
A project started up by two cousins with twin career paths, who, after having worked in their family wineries, decided to bring a dream to fruition, to make wines in an individual style very much their own and according to their personal understanding of life.