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Perelada 5 Fincas.


To make this wine, Castillo Perelada uses grapes from 3 of its Empordà vineyards, each of them with their own geological conditions: Merlot from Pont de Molins, Garnatxa and Samsó from La Garriga and Cabernet Sauvignon from Espolla . The soil heterogeneity in this region is unique and allows to make wines with an extremely wide range of nuances. 

Designation of Origin: Empordà. In the north-eastern corner of Spain. The climate is Mediterranean, with the influences of strong winds, particularly the Tramontana, which can reach speeds of up to 120 km an hour. The average temperature is 16°C and there is ample rainfall - 600-700 mm - mainly in winter. There’s a wide heterogeneity of soils in the Empordà. 

Varietals: Garnatxa (35%), Samsó (35%), Cabernet Sauvignon (15%), Merlot (15%). 

Harvest: Selected grape.
Winemaking: Temperature controlled fermentation on the skins takes place at 25ºC. Medium maceration. 
Ageing: Twelve months in Bordeaux barrels (70% fine American oak, 30% Allier French oak). 

Graduation: 14.0% by Vol.
Free SO2: 22 mg/l.
Total SO2: 60 mg/l.
Total acidity: 3.10 g/l (s.a.).
Volatile acidity: 0.65 g/l (a.a.).
Residual sugar: 0.50 g/l.

Type of bottle: Bordeaux, prestige, green, 75 cl.

Tasting note: Cherry red colour. In the nose there’s a predominance of red fruits and spices, nicely blended with the ageing notes. In the mouth it is round, fresh, with fine tannins. This is a long and enveloping wine. 

  • Añada 2013
  • Reference S011225802B3