Celler Cal Pla Crianza 2014Priorat, Spain
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Celler Cal Pla Crianza 2014 Priorat, Spain
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We are very excited to see this back on the list and the 2014 is singing right now. Expressive, juicy and bright with lots of dark berries, red cherries and plums. There is depth too with toasty, spice and pepper notes making this extraordinarily good value. the tannins are so silky this is beautiful on its own but will pair well with game, lamb or pie!
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About this wine
Celler Cal Pla
Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Garnacha
Goes well with
Steak and kidney pie
Celler Cal Pla
With seven generations of experience, Joan Sangenís is a member of one of the region’s oldest and best known grape growing families but it wasn’t until relatively recently, in 1995, that they began producing for their own label, Celler Can Pla. Joan spends most of his time tending the vines as he believes that is where the quality of the wine is born. Maintaining healthy vineyards with rigourous ploughing is his priority with the aim of avoiding the use of chemical pesticides or herbicides altogether.