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Pedradura 2010 - Rode wijn uit Penedès, Catalonië - marselan en petit verdot - Can Rafols dels Caus

Pedradura 2011

Can Rafols dels Caus
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90% Marselan, 10% Petit Verdot. Marselan is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache Noir, first grown in 1961, at the Domaine de Cadez in Languedoc-Roussillon, France. It is a small, early ripening grape which produces complex wines. The Marselan is planted on a barren, pure limestone soil in the Massif Garraf, a beautiful, inland nature reserve near the seaside town of Sitges. Only the grapes own wild, natural yeasts are used. 12 months' ageing in French oak barrels.

ripe red fruit, light, a fine herbaceousness, a clear, mineral touch and nice acidity. Petit Verdot gives the wine boldness and depth.

Pairs with fried or roast red meat. As well as with cheese and charcuterie.


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About the bodega

Wijnkelder van Can Rafols dels Caus in Penedès, Catalonië

Can Rafols dels Caus

In 1979, Carlos Esteva decided to go and live in his grandparents' country house in the hills to the south of Penedès. Bit by bit, the house, which had fallen into disrepair, was restored and the vineyards were replant...