Mas de la Rosa

Vinyes Velles

The wine originates from a winery-owned single vineyard of 80-year-old Cariñena and Garnacha vines

Mas de la Rosa is an old vineyard now owned by Familia Torres. This incomparable Priorat enclave is home to Garnacha Tinta and Cariñena vines that are more than 80 years old. The exceptional Priorat terroir and a selection of the most exquisite grapes provide the inspiration for this project, a limited edition of our Priorat icon wine.

Priorat - Tarragona

Grape Types

  • - Garnacha tinta
  • - Cariñena
Mas de la Rosa
Mas de la Rosa

DOQ Priorat

El Priorato – known in Catalan as Priorat – is a small and one-of-a-kind wine-making area with black hills where an intense, deep red wine has been produced for eight centuries.  It's renowned for its quality and exquisiteness

This designation situates in the province of Tarragona became famous in the last decade after new technologies started being applied to wine making. Since then the vineyards have produced the new Prioratos. They are now some of the most well-known wines in Spain and the world. The quality of the vines - both the traditional and new ones - comes from the unique microclimate and soil. This land and the mix of old and new vines has made Priorato one of the most closely observed cultivation areas in Europe.

DOQ Priorat
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    Garnacha tinta

    The most heavily grown Mediterranean red variety in the world, it produces excellent red and rosé wines which benefit from its greasy and sensual tannin.

    Garnacha tinta
  • 2/2

    Cariñena

    A classical and traditional variety from the Mediterranean vineyards. It produces robust wines with a high alcohol content which are rich in pigment and extract.

    Cariñena

2 Awards

  • 94+ points - Mas de la Rosa 2016 · 2018
  • 94 points - Mas de la Rosa 2016 United Kingdom · 2018

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