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Pla de la Creu. Red wine

Pla de la Creu. Red wine

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Key Data:

  • Type of wine: Red, 20 months in barrel
  • Graduation: 14% vol
  • Origin: D.O. Catalunya, Penedes, Spain
  • Varieties: 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Garnacha

Description

Pla de la Creu Tinto is a wine made with 85% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Grenache, from vines between 35 and 50 years old in the municipality of Subirats, in the heart of Penedés. This wine has been aged for 20 months in oak barrels, which gives it a unique complexity and depth, although the wood has little influence on the final result on the nose and mouth due to the power and taste of the wine. Both the winery and the vineyard are certified as organic, following sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, without the use of herbicides or pesticides.

Production and Bottling

Made with grapes selected from vines between 35 and 50 years old, following ecological practices. Aging for 20 months in oak barrels provides greater complexity and depth to the wine, maintaining its varietal character.

Designation of Origin

Wine from Spain, D.O. Catalonia, Penedés Designation of Origin.

Tasting Notes

• Color: Deep red with violet hues.

• Aromas: Notes of ripe fruit, bitter almond, and pepper, with a complexity that is elegantly expressed on the nose.

• Taste: In the mouth, it is unctuous, with very elegant tannins. Flavors of ripe fruit, hints of bitter almond and pepper are perceived, with a long and persistent finish.

Pairing Suggestions

This red wine is ideal to enjoy alone, as well as to accompany appetizers, grilled meats and vegetables, and "sea and mountain" rice dishes. Its structure and complexity make it versatile and perfect for various occasions and dishes.

Ingredients

Red wine, aged 20 months in barrels

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool, dark place to maintain its optimal qualities. Serve at a temperature of between 16-18°C to fully enjoy its organoleptic qualities.

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