Acústic Celler elaborates this Braó , a red wine from the region of Montsant that contains garnacha tinta and cariñena grapes. The Braó is the ideal red to combine with magret and duck. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Uvinum users.
“The meaning of Brao is strength and prowess, it has not directly to do with the character of the wine but the vines. The very old vines and Garnaxta Samso which this wine is produced have a relatively low yield but provide nogsteeds excellent grapes. Manual harvest in baskets, selection on the vine and in the winery. After maceration and fermentation, the wine for 10 to 11 months in French oak. In the glass, the Brao deep red, almost opaque. In the nose are showing clear of dark fruit and cocoa. The mouth is composed of a fruity complex structure with a long aftertaste wherein Meditteranean herbs are clearly present. A strong wine of the winery Celler Acustic.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Braó 2013:
- View: Cherry red.
- Nose: aromas of ripe black fruit.
- Mouth: Tasty.
VINEYARD: Acústic Celler
GRAPES: Grenache and Carignan.
AGEING: 13 months in new and first wine in French oak barrels.
TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 14%”
“From the oldest vines of his winery Albert Jané produces this highly concentrated elixir. Brao means in Catalan courage and strength. And so the wine also stormed the palate. Breathtaking dense berry fruit, associated with cool eucalyptus notes - all this so dominant, well defined, sustainable and proud that leaves one breathless.”