Old and wise vines. Coma Bruna comes from a hundred-year-old vineyard, planted in 1901, on slate soils. Low yields. Concentration.
Type of wine
Terroir-driven, red wine. Structured and elegant. 18-month Barrel ageing.
How is it?
Intense and robust in all respects: Color, aromatics and flavours. Intense, just like Tramontana, like wild Rosemary. Robust and surprisingly vibrant at the same time. Flavours of plum and truffle. Round and lingering.
Rabós: Old vines. Very old vines. Carignan and Lledoner (Grenache) planted on slate. Powerful and complex wines. With great acidity and full of life.
We usually prefer meat: beef or fatty cuts of Iberian pork. We also like game to enjoy Coma Bruna at its best . Also stews. And if something is left over after the meal, leave it to match an old piece of Manchego cheese… The salt will soften the texture of the wine and it will feel sweeter and softer.
Magnum 1500 ml