Author: Robert Parker
The flagship cuvee, the 2001 Vall Llach, was fashioned from 65-year old Carignan vines (50%), Merlot (35%), and Cabernet Sauvignon (15%). It spent 17 months in new French oak prior to bottling. This deep ruby/purple-colored offering exhibits great intensity, a beautifully textured mid-palate, and a 45-second finish. Pure notes of minerals, raspberries, flowers, and black fruits cascade over the palate in this multidimensional 2001.
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Author: Thomas Matthews
Rich and powerful. There's ripe black fruit, plenty of chocolate-scented oak and masses of tannin in this structured red. It's a big, solid, SUV of a wine, but has balance and concentration, and will improve with age. 75 cases imported.
Trust Rating: 98
Tasted On: 09/03/2010
Consistent notes from 4 months ago. A great value Priorat with years of life ahead.
Trust Rating: 86
Tasted On: 02/08/2010
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