Purgatori

As far back as 1770, the monks of the Montserrat abbey carried out their penance at the Desterrats estate. The area was known for its extreme climate and harsh conditions. Their task: working the land to provide food for the diocese. Their legacy: discovering a new terroir and a superlative wine. The legend: Enormous barrels vanishing mysteriously. Some said it was the angels taking them to heaven...

Costers del Segre - Lleida

Grape Types

  • - Cariñena
  • - Garnacha tinta
  • - Syrah
Purgatori
Purgatori

DO Costers del Segre

Its inland location far from the sea has for centuries sidelined this area from world markets, producing wines with its own characteristic elements.

Innovations in grape varieties and production methods have recently been introduced. It was the first place in Catalonia where the varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay were introduced, alongside its native varieties, and also “California” winemaking techniques were adopted.

DO Costers del Segre
  • 1/3

    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
  • 2/3

    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
  • 3/3

    Syrah

    It produces opulent, vigorous red wines with body and a large amount of tannins. It is associated with two key locations: the region of the Rhone Valley and Australian lands.

    Syrah

5 Awards

  • 93 points - Purgatori 2013 Spain · 2017
  • 09,51 - Purgatori 2013 Spain · 2017
  • 92.77 points - Purgatori 2013 Spain · 2017
  • Vinari d'or especial de la D.O. Costers del Segre - Purgatori 2013 Spain · 2016
  • 91 points - Purgatori 2013 Spain · 2017

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