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Characteristics of El 26
El26 is a kosher red wine from the appellation of origin Priorat by Elvi Wines. This wine is a blend of the varieties Garnacha (35%), Syrah (25%), Merlot (20%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (20%).
The harvest from each variety is completed separately, this means when the grape for each variety have reached optimum degree of ripeness, the are then picked.
The winemaking process for El26 is completed in anaerobic conditions, this is to say, in closed tanks. At the same time there is constant movement, with small pumps to extract the maximum amount of phenological components from the skin.
El26 receives a malolactic fermentation in a closed environment during a controlled microoxigenation.
Lastly, El26 is aged for 18 months in oak barrels before being rested in the bottle.
SightDark and attractive cherry red.NoseCombines the perfection of black fruit and spicy aromas. A base characterized by the barrel.TasteGood acidity levels, deep and concentrated. A long and persistent after taste. Is shows itself to be elegant and complex.
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Priorat is craftsmanship and tradition, old and robust vines that are grown and born deep inside the province of Tarragona. They are grown on slopes that are sleety with low fertility and difficult to grow in. In Priorat they produce great red wines of an excellent quality, a maroon colour, robust, dense and rich flavour, intense aromas and sometimes there are reflections present of minerals from the soils.
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Elvi Wines is a family-run business dedicated exclusively to the production and marketing of high-quality Kosher still and sparkling wines. Elviis one of those few families that since 1492 has had the privilege of dedicating itself exclusively to viticulture and production of Kosher wines, in several production areas of Spain. Their challenge has been, and continues to be, to preserve the quality along with one of the most revered traditions in the Mediterranean.