Gran Caus Reserva 2010
Acertado coupage de variedades bordelesas que, curiosamente, originan en este caso un tinto de carácter muy mediterráneo con un sorprendente frescor enriquecido con los matices que aporta el Macizo del Garraf. Un vino ideal para acompañar carnes asadas y a la parrilla que despunta por sus aromas herbáceos y de fruta negra y por su sabor sutil, suave y mineral, no exento de largura.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
"Like a blast from the past, the 2010 Gran Caus remains so faithful to the profile of a Mediterranean red with Bordeaux varieties that is out of fashion these days, but it nostalgically transports back to the style of the 1990s. It has the developed nose of aromatic herbs, orange peel and fine balsam that you'd expect. The palate has been polished by the time it spent in oak, and the flavors are clear and precise. One of the things Carlos Esteva likes to do is keep the wines in bottle and release them only when he thinks the wines are ready, which is an obvious financial undertaking that not many are willing to do. It's a blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with only 12.3% alcohol, yet there are no herbaceous aromas or flavors. Of course, the vines are now 30 years old. 11,733 bottles and 40 magnums were filled in July 2012".