Red Wines D.O. Priorat
Priorat region highlights to be dry, rough, and impossible to have the elevate production they obtain. With the Ebre in the South and limited by the Montsant Mountains we find Origin Qualified Denomination of Priorat. Everything started at monasteries where nuns introduced the population to the culture of wine production. As the time went by, they stablished on rural centres to cultivate their vineyards. The renovation of the wines and vineyards took place over the eighties, so they used foreign varieties, new barrels, and prepared producers to obtain the best Priorat wines.
What are red Priorat wines like?
D.O. Montsant wraps up D.O.Q Priorat, this fact makes it impossible to spread out. During the last years they have been innovating on productive techniques and sales to improve on their winery quality of their wine cellars plus their identity. The most common white varieties of Priorat are Garnatxa Blanca, Macabeu, Pedro Ximénez, Chenin Blanc, Moscatell, Picapoll and Viognier. White Priorat wines are not especially delightful, they have gold colours with fruity smell, grass and balsamic notes. These white Priorat wines are unctuous, fresh, and mineral.
Which are the wineries that highlight most at Priorat?
At LaVinateria we highlight Scala Dei, Vall Llach, Clos Galena, Vinícola del Priorat, Ferrer Bobet and Celler Ritme. These are the best wine cellars that produce red Priorat wines, all of them at a good price, very economical. The best red wines to gift can be found at LaVinateria.