The nose is open, generous and spicy. On the palate juicy bramble, cherry fruit and fresh redcurrants dominate. An easy drinking wine where supple tannins are balanced by good acidity and blackberry notes, with a hint of liquorice and black pepper.
The nose has rich plum and blackcurrant pastille characters, with delicate vanilla spice and cedar. The palate is ripe, smooth and opulent with layers of pure blackcurrant, juicy blackberry, lush spicy plum and cherry fruit, minerality and complex fine tannins on the finish.
Deep intense bright ruby red. A slow wine, to be aerated for a few moments beforehand to bring out its intense, complex aroma of ripe red and black berries – dried raspberry – dates, aromatic herbs, mint, hints of spice, tobacco leaf, cocoa, enveloped in fine wood. In the mouth it is very abundant, with polished tannins and a fine texture that combines weight and acidity to give it complete balance. A lively, structured Gran Reserva wine with a lingering taste and aftertaste. Guaranteed intense development in the bottle.
Lightly aromatic, with white peach and jasmine on the nose, as well as delicate herbaceous notes and citrus. The palate is textured with fresh and zesty citrus fruit acidity, mineral notes and a clean, crisp finish.
Complex nose of ripe plums and rich red fruit, combined with liquorice and fig characters. On the palate the wine is generous, rich and spicy - weighty with a good concentration of red and black fruit flavours, fine tannins, and fresh acidity on the finish.
Powerful and distinctive nose with aromas of baked strawberry, blackberry and a hint of chocolate. Spice and cedar are layered with juicy ripe plum. Despite the full, ripe fruit and supple tannins, fresh balancing acidity gives the wine an overall lift. A complex wine with great balance, concentration and length.
This wine is a homage to the growers that have long worked for the estate and brought the grapes into Remelluri. Lindes means borders and they are made from vineyards in the surrounding villages of Labastida, the grapes from which used to be blended into the main wine but are now given the credit they deserve. These are not second wines, they are wines that have different intentions and are bottled separately to express so.