£30.41/ 0.75 L btl
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Les Pujoles is the last of the four Orto Vins 'singularidades' — from their 'singular wine collection' of single varietals. This one comes from an estate more than 120 years old, covering 2.5 ha, in the Ses Corts district, situated in the village of Les Sorts. The land belongs to the Beltrán brothers (the Bertran-Bargalló family) and a mere 0.687 ha of it is planted with the Ull de Llebre (Tempranillo) grape variety. The plantation dates back to 1989 and the vines, growing on calcareous soils, enjoy a south-westerly orientation.
Les Pujoles is paradoxically ('pujol' means 'small hill') as smooth as silk — a really amazing texture for this variety — and a wine offering considerable volume on the palate, with a light touch of dryness due to its present young age. A wine that has its powerfulness firmly under control.
Grosse Klasse, ein Festtagswein. Passte sogar zu einem italienischen Gericht. Alle waren begeistert. Dieser Wein hat tatsächlich eine Grandezza !!
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