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Com Tu by Clos Mogador 2017

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750ML / 15% ABV
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Com tu is a red wine with complex aromas on the nose where notes of red and black fruits are accompanied by an interesting citrus hue reminiscent of orange peel, and a mineral touch. On the palate it is delicate but full-bodied with refined tannins and very well-integrated wood, which allows the fruit to express itself honestly and with a hue of freshness. It is an elegant and flavoursome wine.

The label is the result of a collaboration between my mother Isabelle, a great artist, and myself. If you look at it closely enough you will see two eyes, and within them a man and a woman, of a different race, holding hands through the glasses. They need each other so the glasses don’t fall off. This is the way I see that there is no future for men without women, no future with ethnic groups confronted; strength comes in numbers. The nose is my signature. There is no edge on the picture, this gives people freedom to decide whether it is a man or a woman. The name of the wine is written over the mouth with different type of letters. The “C” refers to my curly hair. The “O” refers to the mouth, like the shape of an open door, (by the way, this is the same symbol the Japanese use;) open up and communicate among ourselves in order to avoid confrontation, in a world where war has already caused enough harm. The “M” for music, that soothes the animals and brings about peace (at least it does to me). The “T” are two pencils put together in perpendicular, as I like writing. And last but not least, the “U” is a bush, being a lover of nature as I am, it had to be there.

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RP 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2017 Com Tu is a Garnacha from La Figuera, from white and red soils (with some more clay). It matured in old 4,000- and 5,000-liter oak vats for one year, a shorter élevage, as it's a lighter year. The fruit is a little riper, and the wine is juicy and has the austere tannins of the limestone soils. It reminds me of a Garnacha from Châteauneuf.
JD 92
Jeb Dunnuck
Coming from 35- to 50-year-old Garnacha vines, the 2017 Com Tu offers a pretty strawberry and red currant-scented nose as well as plenty of peppery spice and flowery incense nuances. With medium-bodied richness, ripe, polished tannins, and terrific overall balance, this charming, undeniably delicious Monstant is well worth drinking and following over the coming 7-8 years.
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Com Tu by Clos Mogador

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Com Tu by Clos Mogador, Spain
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This is René Barbier of Clos Mogador's new project. In the early part of this century, his son René and him first started experimenting with wine-making in the village of La Figuera (70 unhabitants). They met some winemakers and they vinified around 4.000 kilos of Garnacha vines.

In 2002 he discovered the centennial vineyard that belonged to Mr. Joan Anguera (today it’s the Spectacle vineyard) and they started to promote that area so exceptionally good for Garnachas with the collaboration of the winemakers of the area.

The idea of the name Com Tu was Rene's son’s, Anderson Barbier Meyer, an artist that together with his mother, came up with this label.

And also Rene's second son, Christian, joined them in this project. He is leading Clos Mogador into the path of biodynamic agriculture.

The Garnacha grapes from La Figuera produce wines with a unique color range, tender and fluid; with a fresh aroma, of flowers, orange peel, incense, as well as wide range of white fruit, citrus, very fresh. Its high alcohol content together with its extraordinary acidity, helps the wine to age perfectly. In palate it’s soft, with harmony but the taste development goes in crescendo, and it leaves with an exceptional post-taste. This wine amazes and fills them with vitality. 

The label is the result of a collaboration between my mother Isabelle, a great artist, and myself. If you look at it closely enough you will see two eyes, and within them a man and a woman, of a different race, holding hands through the glasses. They need each other so the glasses don’t fall off. This is the way I see that there is no future for men without women, no future with ethnic groups confronted; strength comes in numbers. The nose is my signature. There is no edge on the picture, this gives people freedom to decide whether it is a man or a woman. The name of the wine is written over the mouth with different type of letters. The “C” refers to my curly hair. The “O” refers to the mouth, like the shape of an open door, (by the way, this is the same symbol the Japanese use;) open up and communicate among ourselves in order to avoid confrontation, in a world where war has already caused enough harm. The “M” for music, that soothes the animals and brings about peace (at least it does to me). The “T” are two pencils put together in perpendicular, as I like writing. And last but not least, the “U” is a bush, being a lover of nature as I am, it had to be there.

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Surrounding the region of Priorat on all sides, Montsant shares much in common with its neighbor. Though its soils contain less schist than that of Priorat, its old Garnacha and Carinena vineyards produce wines of similar intensity and character.

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Grenache thrives in any warm, Mediterranean climate where ample sunlight allows its clusters to achieve full phenolic ripeness. While Grenache's birthplace is Spain (there called Garnacha), today it is more recognized as the key player in the red blends of the Southern Rhône, namely Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Côtes du Rhône and its villages. Somm Secret—The Italian island of Sardinia produces bold, rustic, single varietal Grenache (there called Cannonau). California, Washington and Australia have achieved found success with Grenache, both flying solo and in blends.

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