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The 2005 Roquers De Porrera is a blend of 40% Carinyena (Carignan), 40% Garnacha (Grenache), and 20% Merlot and Syrah from Priorat in Spain and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2004 Ondarre Mayor Reserva Rioja is a blend of Tempranillo and Mazuelo from Rioja in Spain and the ABV is 13.5%.
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2005 Celler De L'encastell Roquers De Porrera
"Deep red. Spicy blueberry and kirsch aromas are brightened by white pepper and minerals. Juicy dark fruit flavors stop short of jammy, with firm tannins adding grip. Sweet vanillin oak spice builds on the long, sappy finish, which features a lingering raspberry note. This could pass for a big New World pinot." 90 Points - Josh Raynolds - International Wine Cellar
"Red wine aged for 16 months in new fine-grained French (Allier) oak barriques. All of the grapes used are grown and harvested in our own vineyards. 40% Carinyena (Carignan), 40% Garnacha (Grenache), and 20% Merlot and Syrah. Only 500 bottles produced. This wine can be enjoyed at the present time, but will continue to improve over a period of 10 years." -Winemaker
"Celler de l'Encastell is a small family-run vienyard and winery in the town of Porrera, DOQ Priorat, where "Roquers de Porrera" is produced. Grapes only from our estates "Mas d'en Cacador" & "Mas d'en Ferran" owned and looked after by several generations who were selling to other local wineries."
Carme Figuerola and Ramon Castellvi built the winery and got started in 1999, moved by their passion for wine. Conviced about the soil where their vineyard grows, this oxyd-ferric degraded slate, of acid characteristics, and locally called "llicorella", our grapes, and challenged to bring to each bottle the exceptionality of Priorat." -Winery
"To the trained or untrained eye, what immediately distinguishes Priorat from other grape-growing regions in the world is its soil type. Many believe the secret to Prioratâs success lies in its amazing, granite-like soils, known to the Catalan people as llicorella and to the rest of Spain as pizarra. The llicorella soil resembles slate or shale rock, intermixed with tiny bands of reddish-brown earth. The name llicorella stems from the Catalan word for licorice, chosen to describe the black, somewhat shiny rocky substrate which is high in mineral content. Rather easy to break apart by hand in one direction, but virtually indestructible in another, this magnificent rock forces the roots of vines to dig very deep in search of water, and is credited for the intensity and mineral character of the wines."
"Another important aspect of Prioratâs unique terroir is its climate. The region is extremely arid and receives hardly any rain during the summer months. Irrigation is rarely used as water is scarce, and is typically saved for the youngest vines and the hottest years. Due to the steep slopes, rocky soil and little water, the annual production per acre in Priorat is extremely low. A head-pruned, old vine in the region might yield only enough fruit for a half-bottle of wine."
"This low production directly contributes to the characteristically concentrated wines of the region, which have great tannins, deep color and high alcohol content (13.5-15.5%). The extremely harsh growing conditions and low-yielding vines also help explain the high cost of Priorat wines, which are justifiably more expensive than those of other high-volume wine regions of Spain" -Priorat Wines
2004 Ondarre Mayor Reserva Rioja
"This firm, compact red delivers black cherry and cassis fruit, with leafy, licorice and mineral accents and a modest oak component. There's firm, well-integrated tannins and a fresh, leafy finish. Not showy, but has depth and purity. Drink now through 2018. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 8,000 cases made." -93 points Wine Spectator
This is a Cellar Tracker favorite, with a median of 90 points in 63 notes. Click here to read the reviews.
"The grapes are selected from low yielding vines in Viana. Four weeks in the vat with fermentation controlled at 28-30 degrees C. with pumping over daily and 'delestages'. Malolactic breakdown in the cask and subsequent ageing on the lees until the first racking. Afterwards the wine was aged in oak casks. Deep cherry red with inky hues, a complex bouquet of fruit aromas, spices and smoky aromas on the nose. On the mouthfeel, it has backbone and lots of concentration, which bodes well for a long life." -Winemaker
"Bodegas Ondarre, founded in 1986, belongs to the Bodegas Olarra Group, one of the most famous names in the Denominacion de Origen Calificada Rioja, but with wines with a character of their own. Bodegas Ondarre is located in Viana, a historic town 8 kilometres from Logrono (La Rioja), rich in tradition, still preserving traces of its medieval fortress. Its name comes from a hundred-year old country house, the property of the founders of the wine cellar."
"Production is solely composed of Reservas, Cask-fermented Whites and Cava sparkling wines, with a limited number of bottles. Wines of fine quality which Bodegas Ondarre want to consolidate among the most exceptional palates."
"Bodegas Ondarre have the most advanced vinification technology. Ageing is in new American- or French-oak casks. The bodega has made special efforts to renew its stock of barrels so as to obtain this marked character in its wines which is giving them so much prestige."-Winery