Gran Coronas

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Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo are the grapes that bestow their nobility on Gran Coronas, a wine of a deep red hue, with ochre and brick-red touches from its ageing.

This arose from the innovative drive of Miguel A. Torres, who planted the French variety of Cabernet Sauvignon in the Penedès at the end of the 1960s and early 1970s, when normal practice was to plant local white varieties. Thanks to this, Gran Coronas has become a benchmark for reserva red wines.

Penedès (Barcelona)

Grape Types

  • - Cabernet Sauvignon
  • - Tempranillo
Gran Coronas
Gran Coronas

DO Penedès

The Penedès has been associated for decades with innovative vineyards and wineries.

Ever since it became the first area in Spain to use stainless steel and cold fermentation equipment, the vine growers of the Penedès have been making excellent modern wines from a mix of native and French grape varieties. This has been possible because of the variety of altitudes, lands and micro-climates found in the Penedès which foster the ideal growth of the different grape types.

Denominación de Origen Penedès
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    Cabernet Sauvignon

    A red grape that is native to Bordeaux, known for its dense tannins, deep colour, fruity aromas and elegant structure. It produces the most famous Torres wines. Mas la Plana.

    Cabernet Sauvignon
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    A traditional grape with an intense black colour and a hard skin. It is used to make wines of excellent ageing, moderate fruit acidity and pleasant aromas.


9 Awards

  • Gold Medal - Gran Coronas 2011 France · 2015
  • Gold Medal - Gran Coronas 2008 Viena · 2012
  • 89 points - Gran Coronas 2011 Spain · 2015
  • 91 points - Gran Coronas 2013 Spain · 2016
  • 92 points - Gran Coronas 2011 Spain · 2016
  • 92 points - Gran Coronas 2010 Spain · 2015
  • 92 points - Gran Coronas 2010 Spain · 2014
  • 92 points - Gran Coronas 2010 Spain · 2015
  • 92 points - Gran Coronas 2010 Spain · 2014

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