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Characteristics MANYETES   2009
Type of wine:   Reserve
Average production:   6.650 bottles
Distribution:   international and national (Europe, U.S., China, Japan, Australia...)
Appellation:   DOCa. Priorat
Grapes:   90% Carignan; 10% Grenache
Size of vineyard:   10 hectares
Altitude:   350 meters approx.
Ethanol:   14,5 %
Titratable acidity:   5,7 g/l
Volatil acidity:   0,66 m/g
Total sulfur dioxide:   55 mg/l
Reducing sugars:   0,42 g/L
pH:   3,53
Type of bottle:   Bordeaux
 
Ageing MANYETES   2009
Type of oak:   from the best forests of Europe
Time in barrel:   16 months (50% in new cask and 50% of second vinification)
Bottled:   May 2011
Vi de vila (Village Wine) MANYETES   2009
 

The different terroirs which exist within the Priorat wine appellation have given rise to the creation of a new “Village Wine – Gratallops”. Just like in Burgundy, France. The prestige of this winemaking area knows no limits and Manyetes is a good example of this new wine label.

Manyetes is the name of a vineyard in Gratallops: A daring venture where vines can barely survive given the poor soil of the region, the intense sunlight and the bleak exposure. The vines are quite literally at the extreme of survival, however, this is exactly what gives rise to the principal essence of Priorat!

In this parched, arid area of steeply sloping slate hillsides, our Carignans struggle to survive. This is an extraordinary vineyard in an extraordinary setting. With the idea of bringing a touch of femininity to our wines, we have also planted the Grenache.

Today, the work has paid off and visitors to the region can appreciate the vast horizon where the Ebro river gives, from time to time, a modicum of humidity - just enough to allow the vines to survive.
The final result is staggering - a harmonious blend of these noble grapes is completely at one with the terroir and gives us a wine with minerality, femininity, subtlety and complexity which warms our hearts.

Manyetes is, quite simply, the essence of Priorat transformed into wine .


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René Barbier Meyer MANYETES   2009
 

This is the name of a region of the territory of Gratallops in the Priorat. A daring venture where vines can barely survive given the poor soil of the region, the intense sunlight and the bleak exposure.

However, this is exactly what gives rise to the principal essence of Priorat!

In this parched area, arid and steeply sloping slate, are grown our Carignans - an extraordinary vineyard in an extraordinary setting.

With the idea of bringing a touch of feminity to the wines, we have also planted 10% of grenache.

Today, that work has paid off and visitors to the region can appreciate the vast horizon where the Ebro river gives from time to time out, a modicum of humidity - just enough to allow the vines to survive.

The final result is staggering - a harmonious blend of these noble grapes is completely at one with the terroir and gives us a wine with minerality, feminity, subtlelty and complexity which gives our hearts joy.

Manyetes is, quite simply, the essence of Priorat transformed into wine.
Fernando Zamora MANYETES   2009
 

The Manyetes 2009 is a wine of full deep red color with violet shades that clearly reflect its current youth.
Its aroma is profound and enveloping. Initially it evokes notes of black and red fruits (blackberries and currants). Balsamic aromas open up shortly after; all surrounded by hints of minerals that evidently remind us of the slate in which this wine was born.

In the mouth it is structured, gourmand and full of fruit. Its very ripe tannins caress the palate and saturate it with interesting sensations. Its balanced acidity refreshes its long finish and invites us to repeat the experience. It is a great wine to improve over the next 10 years.

Fernando Zamora Marín
Professor of the Faculty of Enology of Tarragona
University Rovira i Virgili