This wine is available on presale and expected to arrive in mid August!
Please note, orders are processed on a first come basis. If you leave the wine in your cart for even a few minutes it might have already sold out as our stock quantity is removed when you submit the order in final, not when you add it to your cart!
You will get two emails from us with regards to your order. The first email from us only confirms that we received your order. The second email will confirm that we have enough wine to fill your order. Due to the high volume of sales there are times when the wine has sold out, but our system is still updating and shows it as available. We're sorry for any inconvenience and will do what we can to fill your order!
Thanks to your feedback we might bring back some of Cinderella Wine's popular previous offers. If a wine makes another appearance here, this newer offer will always be slightly higher than the original one. Offers that are on the site on Friday through Sunday will be shipped on Monday.
Best Price on Web is determined by Wine-Searcher Pro prices as of yesterday:
Wine Library sells this wine for $24.99. There are 2 other stores that sell this at $27.99 and $28.99. You must be logged into the Pro Version of Wine Searcher to see all of the results. Please note, we are not taking virtual inventory into account.
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Please Note it may take 24-48 hours for your order to be put together for store pickup. You'll get an email when it's ready for pick up.
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||Grenache Blanc, Xarel lo, Picpoul, Macabeo
"A blend of 50% Garnacha Blanca, 25% Xarel-lo, and 25% Piquepoul from 80+ year old vines at 1050-1500 feet above sea level. Six months in French and American oak. The vineyards for the main Mas d'en Compte wines are incredibly steep-sided and rather haphazard with ancient vines literally clinging to the eroding soil for dear life." -Importer
"One of the oldest grape-growing families in the Priorat, the Sangenis family had historically sold the entirety of their production to the local coop until 1995 when they formed a new company, Mas d'en Compte, to bottle wine under their own name. Now, young Joan Sangenis manages the estate and makes the wines and has converted the entire estate away from chemical pesticides and herbicides."
"In a region where almost everyone has a few vines over 50 years old, the Sangenis familyâs entire vineyard is practically this old, with several small parcels of 100+ year old vines of Grenache and Carignan. Also, they are one of the few holders of extremely old vine white Grenache, a varietal that many properties have ripped out. This old vine material means that yields are extremely low and concentration quite high." -Importer