FINCA BUTARÓS comes from a vineyard planted at the end of the 19th century in slate soil in the Butarós area, at the northern end of the municipality of Garriguella towards Vilamaniscle.
The predominant grape varieties are Carignan and Grenache, although there are also white varieties in between.

The tree adorning the label is a hundred-year-old Sorb tree that stands in the middle of the estate and that over the years has grown at an angle due to the effects of the northerly wind, the Tramuntana.


The grapes are carefully selected by hand and each variety is harvested individually at the moment of perfect ripeness.

Fermentation is also done separately in stainless steel tanks, cooled to a temperature of 24/26 °C with a single daily pump-over, and racking 30-40 days after the start of fermentation according to variety.

Once the malolactic fermentation is completed, the two varieties are blended and aged for 1 year in French oak barrels, and then for 3 years in the bottle.


Carignan (60%), Red Grenache (40%)

Tasting note

Complex aromas of spice and black fruits, nutmeg, coffee, cocoa, clove, liquorice, toast, plums and light hints of balsamic. In the mouth we find considerable ripe fruit. It is unctuous, fine, broad, and has a soft and pleasant tannin.


(2014)  Gran Vinari d’or. Best Wine of Catalonia 2020
(2013)   Gold Medal. Challenge Internation du Vin de Paris 2019




12 months