Old and wise vines. Coma Bruna comes from a hundred-year-old vineyard, planted in 1901, on slate soils. Low yields. Concentration.
Type of wine
Terroir-driven, red wine. Structured and elegant. 18-month Barrel ageing.
How is it?
Intense and robust in all respects: Color, aromatics and flavours. Intense, just like Tramontana, like wild Rosemary. Robust and surprisingly vibrant at the same time. Flavours of plum and truffle. Round and lingering.
Rabós: Old vines. Very old vines. Carignan and Lledoner (Grenache) planted on slate. Powerful and complex wines. With great acidity and full of life.
We usually prefer meat: beef or fatty cuts of Iberian pork. We also like game to enjoy Coma Bruna at its best . Also stews. And if something is left over after the meal, leave it to match an old piece of Manchego cheese … The salt will soften the texture of the wine and it will feel sweeter and softer