This wine takes its name from the walls that protected the monastery at Poblet during the Mercenary Wars.
The unmistakeable identity of Grans Muralles is thanks to the stony, slate ground (Licorella) of the region, and the grape varieties used to make it. One century after the phyloxera plague the Torres family have begun to recuperate autoctonous grape varieties believed to be extinct, such as Garró and Samsó, using modern viticultural techniques. Together with red Garnacha, Mazuelo and Monastrell they create the unique spirit of this wine.
Perfect with meat dishes, such as the roasts or stews typical to Mediterranean cuisine, accompanied with tomato and pepper sauces or cooked with traditional herbs and spices (thyme, oregano, rosemary, basil, bay leaf, pepper).
Intense deep red colour with a purplish sheen. Aroma of exotic and profound complexity showing the wine’s great density, incredibly rich body and structure. Note the hints of spices (pepper, clove), shrubs (thyme) and very ripe, small red berries (cranberry, redcurrant) over a background of smoke, vanilla and incense. On the palate the wine is a true revelation, a different style that at the same time evokes memories of other wines and other horizons. It grows as it warms up, exhibiting after a few seconds a fantastic series of flavours and memories... The dense but sweet tannins open up and once again deliver the spicy, fruity message of the bouquet and evolve in the aftertaste into a splendid finish that leaves a firm mark and a happy memory.
A classic and traditional Mediterranean variety.
This variety is the most cultivated Mediterranean grape worldwide.
This is one of the traditional Catalan grape varieties that have been recovered from near extinction.
This variety, cultivated in the Mediterranean up to the latitude of Châteauneuf-du-Pape is also known as Mourvèdre, and it evokes its Spanish origin (Murvietro was the Roman name for Sagunto).
This red variety was recovered from Catalan vineyards and has a remarkable personality.