Colour: cherry red, intense, violet glints.
Nose: aromas of ripe fruit peel, juicy fruit, watermelon.
Palate: it appears accessible, with a velvety texture and plenty of fruitiness, of blackberries and blackcurrants. Balanced, with good body, length and some sumptuous yet also silky tannins. A jovial and pleasant wine, modern and very well made.
Food and wine pairing: mushrooms, rice dishes, white meats.
Serving temperature: 15ºC - 16ºC.
A good example is Camins del Priorat, an affordable wine in an accessible style but with the class and distinction which we have grown to expect from Álvaro. As the label itself seems to reflect, Camins del Priorat is a wine for those who love the naturally beautiful and delightfully fragrant. A wine which is presented as the bodega's entry level, but which shows its own definite character. Originating from vineyards in various municipalities (Gratallops, Porrera, Torroja, La Vilella Alta and La Vilella Baixa, Bellmunt, El Molar, El Lloar and Poboleda), at different altitudes and orientations, and from vines of varying ages (between 10 and 40 years old), Camins del Priorat is made primarily from indigenous varieties, offering a complex and balanced whole, a very fruit-forward wine that has the marked minerality typical of the Priorat terroir.