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Plic, Plic, Plic 2013 – 90 Points

90 Points “This lively red has a soft yet fresh texture, with bright flavors of cherry, raspberry and pomegranate, backed by light tannins and orange peel acidity. Ripe and fruity, showing freshness and savory notes. Garnatxa and Samso. Drink now through 2020. 7,000 cases made.” -T.M., Wine Spectator December 2015.
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Muac!

Vi de la Terra Mallorca, Spain (35% Callet, 35% Manto Negre, 30% Cabernet Sauv.) 750ml BACKGROUND This wine originates from the vineyards of Mallorca, mainly from the Southeastern region of the island, which benefits from the prevailing sea breeze and provides ideal conditions for the development of balanced and flavorful grapes. The average age of the vineyard is 20 years. VINIFICATION Vinification Hand picked harvest in small 10 Kg boxes. Manual selection of grapes on sorting table to ensure the strictest standards of quality and the optimal ripeness of the grape. Fermentation takes place in 7,000 L and 10,000 L stainless steel deposits with temperature controlled at 28ºC. The average maceration period is 17 days. TASTING NOTES Typically Mediterranean, limpid color, brilliant subtle fruity aromas, remembering law forest, spicy, elegant and very balanced in the mouth, well integrated tannins. Freshness and typical terroir character. The optimal temperature for comsumption is.
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Bla, Bla, Bla

Vi de la Terra Mallorca, Spain (100% Premsal) 750ml BACKGROUND This wine is produced from the premsal grape vineyards in the Felanitx region, where the nature of the soil locally known as “call vermell” provides the unique character and balance of the fruit. Production is on a small scale and the grapes are carefully selected before they are submitted to a medium aging (crianza) process which provides a fresh tasting finish. PRODUCTION The grapes are harvested entirely by hand using small 10kg boxes. They are then individually selected on arrival at the bodega. A 10 hour maceration process is followed by soft pressing and careful racking. Fermentation takes place at 16 ºC, one half in French oak casks and the other half in cement tanks. AGING The wine is aged and fermented 50% in casks and 50% in cement tanks, and kept in contact with its lees for a period of eight months. ACIDITY Alcohol Content: 12%.
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Plic, Plic, Plic

DO Montsant, Spain (50% Samsó, 50% Garnacha) 750mL BACKGROUND The samsó variety comes from more than 30 years old vineyards located in the lowest part of the DO. Otherwise, the garnatxa variety comes from the ones located in the highest and latest part. Combining both of them, we get a good balance between structure and elegance, giving the wine an interesting complexity. HARVEST Harvest Hand picked harvest in 15 Kg boxes. The samsó harvest begins on September 20, while the garnatxa harvest begins around October 20. Grapes are carefully selected in the vineyard and never takes more than an hour for the grapes to be transported from the vineyard to the winery. WINEMAKING Wine making Once arriving at the winery, the grapes are passed through a selection table and separated from their stems to be gently pressed with maximum respect to the skin. A pre-fermentation maceration with skins for 3.
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Terra de Falanis

Bla, Bla, Bla (100% Premsal) Muac! (35% Callet, 35% Manto Negre, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon) Plic, Plic, Plic (50% Samsó, 50% Garnacha) HISTORY TERRA de FALANIS is the name used by the historian Miquel Barceló to call our town and our people before Felanitx existed as such. Perhaps this feeling of sentimentalism to the old things, and the illusion of giving prominence to the essence beyond the decoration, leads us to call this project as TERRA de FALANIS. (Land of Falanis). For consistency reasons we have started this adventure based in familiar regions where Mediterranean climate gathers Catalan culture and where island and mainland find each other. Two behaviors of a climate reality touched by the insularity factor and the continental altitude the sea wind action and heat stress: Mallorca and Montsant expressions. More info: http://www.terradefalanis.com.
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