Coma Vella


Forest floor aromas, fruit and minerality are a welcome sign we are in the south of Priorat. Sensations which make us re-live a springtime stroll through Mediterranean woodland. Intense and fresh, balanced with some silkiness which is characteristic of Mas d’en Gil wines.


This wine and its name are taken from the Coma Vella vineyard plot, the oldest one in the Vall de la Coma. Planted with Garnatxa Peluda (Downy Grenache) and Garnatxa del País (Grenache) together, this valley faces east and west towards the Mediterranean Sea. The place is blessed by the refreshing sea breeze, known as the Garbinada.


Grape Varieties:

Mainly Grenache, Carignan and Syrah.

Age of the Vines:

Vines planted from 1965 to 1998.


Llicorelles. (different types of slate)


20 hl/ha


14 months in 3,000L, 1,500L and 225 litre barrels.
Bottle aged for 24 months aproximately.


75cl and 150cl

Food Recommendation:

This wine works well with meat-based dishes: grilled lamb with Mediterranean herbs or grilled Iberian pork dishes, red meat such as Galician Rossa beef (Rossa Gallega). It also goes well with fatty fish such as grilled tuna or with rice and risotto dishes.

Serving Recommendation:

This wine should be served at around 14 °C, in a Burgundy style wine glass.

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