Varieties: A blend of old-vine Garnacha and Carinena with Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
Appearance: Brilliant ruby-red hued.
Nose: Intense aromas of wild strawberries, blackberries, mix with nuances of violets, spices and toasted notes.
Palate: Full-bodied. Mineral notes accompany the fruit on the palate. The wine has body, but mature tannins provide a supple texture. Packed with all of the garrigue and spice that we love about Mediterranean wines.
Vinification: Scala Dei (Latin for "Ladder of God") is the oldest winery in Priorat, founded in 1163. Aged 12 months in new French and American barrels followed by at least 12 months in bottle.
Recommended Food Pairing: Grilled lamb chops, a rich stew, or angus burgers.