Really delicious. Would buy again £45 — 5 months ago
Quite powerful this. Slate and bleach cherry on the nose. Medium bodied and smooth, with light tannins. Dark berry, vanilla, and a hint of sweetness. Quite a bit of alcohol in this one. — 10 months ago
Celler de Capcanes is a modern cooperative in the province of Tarragona. Founded in 1933. Aromas of hot wet bitumen road with mint, menthol, herbs. After a while in the decanter a ripe red fruited perfume and a touch of tar. No sign of raspberry which one often gets with new world Grenache. A medium to full bodied palate. The following night the palate was a little “blocky” without much nuance. I’m somewhat non-plussed for the price and reputation. 100% Garnacha; one of the 1001 Wines; approximately 3000 bottles made. Imported into Australia by the wonderfully named “The Spanish Acquisition “. Postscript: The name derives from when the vineyards were abandoned and taken over by goats (cabra means goat). — 2 months ago
Very smooth. Love Spanish wines. On the fruity side but good. — 7 months ago
Best Montsant I’ve had. It has the fruit intensity of a Priorat with the backbone of a Cab. Powerful but well balanced. Fruity with some peppery notes. — 3 months ago
Nice, gift from Jim. — 5 months ago
13º Premio Vila Viniteca de Cata por Parejas. Casa Llotja de Mar.
01.03.20 — a year ago