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Region/ Sub Region: Spain, Catalonia, Costers del Serge D.O.

Grapes: 35% Garnacha, 35% Tempranillo, 15% Syrah and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Soil: Calcareous (chalky) with Limestone.

Vinification: Harvested at the end September through October, all done by hand. Grapes are de-stemmed, gentle press and short maceration. Varietals fermented separately in stainless steel tanks. 

Aging: 10 months in primarily 225L French oak barrels.

Nose: Powerful, complex aromas. Notes of red fruit preserves, toffee, sweet spices, herbs, and toasted notes evoke its time in cask.

Taste: Sweet, voluptuous, mouth feel. Well-structured tannins fill the palate. Good acidity throughout, adding freshness. Very long, balanced finish with hints of dried fruit, and wafers.

Color:  Black cherry, medium intensity, with garnet highlights.

Gastronomy: Great paired with beef, lamb, spicy food, and tapas. 

Gotim Bru translates to “a bunch of red grapes” in Catalan language.

Talking About the Wines:  

-Doug Frost, Feb ’22,  2019 Gotim Bru (red). “I ponder what American oak does. Despite so often resounding like a hammer, here it's sandalwood wisps, seeming to unify a disparate chorus of Garnacha, Tempranillo, Syrah, & Cab Sauv, more like a skillful conductor than a featured soloist.”

-Dr. Owen Bargreen, Oct ’21 gave 90 points to 2018 Gotim Bru (red).  "This beautiful and red-fruit driven Grenache dominant blend shows off ripe red currants and tobacco leaf flavors alongside brisk acidity and a lengthy finish.”

-A View From The Cellar, Oct ’19 gave 89 points to 2017 Gotim Bru (red).” The 2017 Gotim Bru from Castell del Remei is composed of a blend of twenty-five percent garnaxta, thirteen percent cabernet sauvignon, eight percent syrah, nine percent merlot and forty-five percent tempranillo and comes in listed at an even fourteen percent octane. The wine is aged in French oak casks for ten months, but I am not sure what percentage is renewed each year. The bouquet is deep, sappy and ripe, but not overripe in personality, offering up scents of black cherries, sweet dark berries, woodsmoke, a bit of roasted meats, garrigue and a touch of spicy new oak. On the palate the wine is full-bodied and nicely plush on the attack, with a lovely core of fruit, moderate tannins and a long, complex and well-balanced finish. This is a well-made wine that is approachable today, but will be even more interesting with a few years in the cellar to let the tannins soften up a bit more on the backend.”


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