Ministry of Clouds have long believed that blended wines are nourishing to the soul.
Especially now as they remind us of our pre-Covid travels, as good for the mind as they are for the belly and always versatile with food. Here we have a homage to the Spanish wines of Priorat, merging very old bush vine Grenache and spicy dry grown Carignan.
This fragrant Grenache fruit provides alluring sour cherry and spicy raspberry lift, with a serious lick of dried herbs and amaro bitters from the Carignan. A balance between red scented perfume with a core of wildness, earth, and complexity buried within. The palate is long and lithe, with a depth of fruit intensity and filed nicely back by a line of sandy tannin.