Vin de Celler de Capçanes

Vins de coopérative du village de Capçanes

On peut dire qu’aujourd'hui, Celler de Capçanes est une coopérative exemplaire et un projet solide, dynamique et en mouvement constant, au sein de laquelle la recherche et le développement tiennent une place prédominante à travers la réalisation de différents projets, en particulier avec le cépage de Garnacha Tinta, et où leur collection de vins Nits de Garnachas interprète de manière précise et remarquable les sols dont ils sont issus et les émotions de ceux qui y travaillent pour y élaborer ce vin.

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Marmellans Blanc

Un vin blanc qui donne beaucoup pour très peu

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Marmellans Blanc
Aperçu rapide
Prix 4,50 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Costers del Gravet 2016

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Costers del Gravet 2016
Aperçu rapide
6x
-11%
11,83 €
unité
Prix 13,22 €
TVA incl.
90
Peñin
88
Winespectator

Peraj Ha'abib 2019

Un grand rouge de Montsant avec une haute certification casher

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Peraj Ha'abib 2019
Aperçu rapide
Casher
6x
-10%
24,68 €
unité
Prix 27,46 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Mas Donis Rosat 2019

Un rosé frais, long et différent

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Mas Donis Rosat 2019
Aperçu rapide
Prix 6,43 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Vall del Calàs 2016

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Vall del Calàs 2016
Aperçu rapide
6x
-11%
11,74 €
unité
Prix 13,13 €
TVA incl.
90
Peñin

Mas Donis Blanc 2020

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Mas Donis Blanc 2020
Aperçu rapide
6x
-6%
5,94 €
unité
Prix 6,29 €
TVA incl.

Mas Donis Negre 2019

Un vin rouge jeune et aimable de Montsant

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Mas Donis Negre 2019
Aperçu rapide
6x
-6%
6,04 €
unité
Prix 6,43 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Mas Collet 2019

Intensité et élégance variétales

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Mas Collet 2019
Aperçu rapide
6x
-6%
8,41 €
unité
Prix 8,92 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Marmellans Negre

Un vin rouge de table,frais et fruité

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Marmellans Negre
Aperçu rapide
Prix 4,50 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Lasendal 2019

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Lasendal 2019
Aperçu rapide
6x
-6%
8,36 €
unité
Prix 8,87 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Peraj Petita Rosat 2020

Un rosé casher frais du Montsant, aux puissants arômes de fruits

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Peraj Petita Rosat 2020
Aperçu rapide
Casher
Prix 10,10 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Pansal del Calàs 50 cl. 2014

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Pansal del Calàs 50 cl. 2014
Aperçu rapide
Prix de base 20,53 € Prix 18,54 €
TVA incl.
  • -9,69%
  • Nouveau
  • -10%

Mas Picosa 2019

Un Montsant écologique, polyvalent et très accessible

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Mas Picosa 2019
Aperçu rapide
Écologique
6x
-6%
6,98 €
unité
Prix 7,43 €
TVA incl.
  • Nouveau

Cabrida 2016

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Cabrida 2016
Aperçu rapide
6x
-10%
32,46 €
unité
Prix 36,13 €
TVA incl.
90
Peñin
94
Suckling

Marmellans Rosat

Un vin rosé jeune, fruité et très économique

Espagne   D.O. Montsant (La Catalogne)

Marmellans Rosat
Aperçu rapide
Prix 4,50 €
TVA incl.

Connu Celler de Capçanes

Capçanes is the name of a village and its cooperative, both located in the Priorat region, inside the province of Tarragona. They belong to D.O. Montsant.
Its history dates back to 1933, when five families of the village that made wines in their farmhouses decided to create a common winery in the form of a cooperative. This meant a change of the commercial perspectives. Therefore, until the early nineties the winery was dedicated to develop large amounts of wine, in bulk, at competitive prices.

Little by little, new technology was incorporated, until in 1991, under the direction of the oenologist Angel Teixidó, the first wines aged in barrels were made.

However, the great change and final boost of the winery came in 1995, following its encounter with the Jewish community of Barcelona. This community asked the cooperative to make a kosher wine using the mebushal method. In order to identify, isolate and vinify small batches of grapes selected under strict control of the rabbi, they needed new facilities.
The first kosher wine was Flor de Primavera, recognised as one of the best wines of Spain in its category, and one of the great kosher wines of the world.
This is how Celler de Capçanes came to be the pioneer in the production of kosher in Spain.

This was also the trigger for the creation process of a full range of non-kosher bottled wines. With the vintage of 1996 appeared a new style of wine. Ever since Celler de Capçanes did not cease to make huge investments in technology and in the entire winery, which has been completely restructured and modernised with the new barrel warehouse, finished at the end of 2001, coinciding with the creation of D.O. Montsant. It was at this time when Celler de Capçanes was admitted under this new denomination.

All these changes have been possible thanks to the dynamic nature and, above all, thanks to the common sense of the 80 cooperative members, who guaranteed the bank loan with their houses and farms, in proportion to the amount of grapes produced by each one of them.

Currently, at Celler de Capçanes the talent of Anna Rovira, the first winemaker of the winery, whose responsibility extends to the control of the vineyards, joins German national Jürgen Wagner, responsible for the export, who contributes to the definition and composition of wines with his experience. Right now, the winery's annual production amounts to 800,000 bottles and 200,000 litres of local sales of bulk/bag in box wine.

Work philosophy

The total amount of the grapes used in the production of the wines comes from the 250 hectares of vineyards, which range between 30 and 95 years of age, that belong to the different members of the cooperative. Therefore, Celler de Capçanes also has a wide range of different types and varieties of soils, allowing them to produce different wines that reflect the singularity of each terroir.

Limestone soils that offer fresh and subtle wines. These soils are formed by fragmented rock that creates paths for the root to search for water. If it rains, the water circulates quickly. If it does not, there is no water retention. That's why the roots are deep (8 to 12 metres), searching for the more compact ground.

The slate soils give a lot of minerality to the wines, because the rock, at deep levels, gathers the heat from the geological activity of the earth and suffers the pressure by the ground it has above it. The stone heats up and becomes laminated, keeping it in permanent contact with the roots.

Clay, which causes the vineyards to suffer, resulting in wild wines. These are lands in lake areas that have been gathering sediments by the presence of water. The reddish colour comes from the oxidation in very compact soils, without oxygen, where plants suffer and search for paths where the water filters through.

And finally, "Panal" soils (quaternary alluvial silty clay) that offer wines that are easy to drink and understand.  On these soils, the wind erodes the land from dry coastal areas, beaches, deserts, arid areas, where the sand allows the roots to be deep and find calcium.

But aside from this meticulous study of soils, it is worth talking about the production of Kosher wine, a wine consumed by the Jewish community in celebrations such as the Jewish Passover or the Sabbath. The elaboration of Kosher wines is subject to strong restrictions marked by the Hebrew Law.
The minimum age of the vines intended for the production of Kosher wine must be at least 4 years. All the winemaking, except the harvest, must be carried out by Jewish. The fermentation tanks and all the material necessary for the vinification must be used exclusively for Kosher wine. Someone who has not been authorised by the Torah cannot have physical contact, not even visual, with the wine. Not even the oenologist of the winery. During the production process, the rabbi becomes the hands and eyes of the oenologist.
Even during wine ageing, the winery has a barrel that is not suitable for Kosher wine but with the same content as the other Kosher barrels. This allows the team of oenologists to have certain control and when something has to be done to the wine, they call the Rabbi , who is told what to do and how to do it.
In addition, the bottles must be new, 1% of the profits of the wine go to charity, and on the seventh harvest year the vines must rest so they can regenerate. All the machinery must also be thoroughly cleaned and completely purified.

The Kosher wine from Celler de Capçanes is exported to different countries, including Israel. As a curious fact, in 2007, at an auction held at the National Jewish Heritage Museum in Manhattan, someone paid $1,000 for a bottle of this wine, which is considered the best Kosher wine in the world produced outside Israel.

Wines from the winery Celler de Capçanes

Currently, the wines from Celler de Capçanes make up a wide range, from the most linear and young wines with the label Mas Donís, which include a white wine made with White Grenache and

Maccabeu, a rosé made with Grenache, Syrah, Tempranillo and Carignan, and a red made with Grenache, Carignan or Samsó, Syrah, Merlot, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as a blanc de noirs, the Mas Picota, made with 100% Red Grenache. In its line of wines with a slight stay in the barrel, we must highlight Mas Donís Barrica made with Grenache and Syrah, Mas Collet made with Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, and Lasendal made with Grenache, Syrah and Merlot. It also produces a line of organics, with three wines, the Vall del Calàs, made with Merlot, Grenache and Tempranillo, with an ageing of 12 months in new and second-use French oak barrels; Mas Picosa, made with Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, where part of the wine rests 4 months in the barrel; and the Mas Tortó, made with Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carignan, and aged for 12 months in new and 1-year-old barrels made from French oak from Allier and Nevers.

Now we have to mention the most significant wines of the winery, like their single-vineyard wine Costers del Gravet, made with 60% Samsó, 25% Grenache and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, aged for 12 months in new and 1-year-old French oak barrels. This wine has an intense cherry colour, with complex aromas of red fruits, toasted aromas of the barrel and soft tannins, with good acidity and long in the mouth.

Capçanes Còmic

Situation de Celler de Capçanes