Red Wine – DO Emporda

EMPORION is the name of the former Greek colony, founded by the Phoceans, now called Empúries, where the  oldest wine-growing references in the Iberian Peninsula  were found, dating back to the 6th century BC and where  the name EMPORDÀ comes from, that identifies the region  and the Designation of Origin.

The winged horse Pegasus identified EMPORION on coins (drachmas) minted in the colony during the age of the Greeks and later of the Romans.


The different varieties were fermented separately in stainless steel fermentation  tanks kept at a constant temperature of 24 ºC. Two pump-overs were carried out  every day, emptying the tanks 30-40 days after the start of fermentation,  depending on the variety.Prolonged vatting was determined by tasting.
Malolactic fermentation took place in the tank.

The wine underwent minimal clarification and filtering treatment before being bottled.


Garnatxa negra (57%), Cabernet Sauvignon (43%)

Tasting note

Ripe cherry red colour. Intense aroma of balsamic and spices, ripe fruits of the  forest, macerated red fruits, well-integrated wood. The palate is full of flavour,  powerful, full, structured, elegant and balanced.


2016 90 points Guia Peñin 2020
Gold Medal Girovi 2020




11 months