2010 Mas Martinet Priorat Martinet Bru

Red Blend

  • Spain
  • Catalunya
  • Priorat
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Community Tasting Notes 6

  • IndyTom Likes this wine: 91 points

    November 2, 2020 - Still drinking extremely well right now. It is a big, voluptuous offering with nicely integrated tannins and very soft and smooth mouthfeel. The world should drink more Priorat!

  • Mirrina Likes this wine: 91 points

    October 9, 2016 - Clear, deep, garnet, long, slow tears in 2 lines, some deposit. Nose: clean, med+ intensity, dark fruits, blackberry, black cherry, plum, dried cherry, vanilla, black pepper, some oak, sweetness, wet stone, tobacco and chocolate notes, developing. Palate: dry, acidity med+, alcohol high, tannin med+, body med+, intensity med+, same aromas like in the nose, plus grafit, minerality, dark chocolate, some spicies, finish med+. Very good, can drink now, but has potential for aging. A dark, strong enough, great structured, well balanced wine with well integrated alcohol (slightly burning), deep in the nose, complex in the taste, softly enveloping. The texture is amazing, favourite!

  • huse wrote: 91 points

    December 11, 2014 - This is the younger brother of the famous Mas Martinet, a complex but approachable blend of 40 % Garnatxa, 40 % Syrah, 10 % Cabernet Sauvignon and 10 % Merlot. A single farm wine (Mas Torrent – slate soils, near the town of Falset), made by Josep Lluis Pérez (one of the founding fathers of the D.O.Q. Priorat) and his daughter, the famous oenologist Sara Pérez (organic viticulture). Aged for 17 months in 4.000 liter vats (two thirds) and in French 300 liter barriques (one third). Very dark red cherry color with a purple hue on the rim and an adorable bouquet of bramble fruit, kirsch liqueur, rosemary, licorice and some chalky notes. Gorgeous, dense palate, plenty of ripe red berry fruit, with a good depth, nicely resolved tannins and a well-integrated acidity. Long persistent finish with a slight balsamic touch. Needs to breathe at least two hours. Superbly drinking now and should last a good few years.

    De kleine broer van de beroemde Mas Martinet, een complexe maar zeer aansprekende wijn met een samenstelling van 40 % Garnatxa, 40 % Syrah, 10 % Cabernet Sauvignon en 10 % Merlot, geteeld op de leisteenhellingen van het domein ‘Mas Torrent’ (in de buurt van de stad van Falset), en gemaakt door Josep Lluis Pérez (één van de initiatiefnemers voor de D.O.Q. Priorat) en zijn dochter, de beroemde oenologe Sara Pérez (biologische wijnbouw). Rijping: twee derde van de wijn verbleef 17 maanden in 4000 liter vaten, één derde in Franse barriques van 300 liter. Zeer donker kersrood van kleur met wat paarse tinten aan de rand van heb glas en een verrukkelijk bouquet van bramen, kirsch, rozemarijn, zoethout en wat nuances van krijt. In de mond: een dichte, weelderige wijn met pakken rijp rood bessenfruit, een prima diepgang, mooi versmolten tannines en een fraai geïntegreerde aciditeit. Persistente afdronk met een lichte balsamische toets. Geef deze wijn voldoende zuurstof (twee uur). Hij is nu voortreffelijk op dronk, en blijft dit zeker nog een paar jaren.

  • Herschel Krustofski Likes this wine: 88 points

    September 3, 2014 - Bright, bold. Nice but lacks the depth to merit a higher score [Justerini Spanish wine tasting event Sep 1, London].

  • wineamateur wrote: 92 points

    July 18, 2014 - Holiday Spanish Wines 2014; 7/4/2014-7/21/2014: A blend of Garnatxa and Syrah, this is a very big wine indeed, with lots of ripe jammy fruit that, at least to begin with, somewhat masked its origin. But some trademark Priorat minerality emerged with time. A bold but classy wine, and very more-ish. 15%.

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  • By Jancis Robinson, MW
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Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2010
  • Type Red
  • Producer Mas Martinet
  • Varietal Red Blend
  • Designation Martinet Bru
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  • Country Spain
  • Region Catalunya
  • SubRegion n/a
  • Appellation Priorat

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  • In Cellars 54 (51%)
  • Consumed 52 (49%)

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