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Mas Doix “Salanques” Priorat 2021

$84.99 x 6

(price per 750ml bottle) - sold in cases of 6 bottles
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Bottles per case


Price range per bottle

$50.00 – 99.99



Grape variety

Grenache & Grenache Blends







Wine type

Red Table Wine

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The Salanques vineyards are situated 450 metres above sea level on steep hillsides composed of Priorat’s unique black liquorice slate soil. The wine is a blend of 65% Garnacha, 25% old Carignane, and 10% Syrah. The Garnacha and Carignane vines are between 70 and 90 years old, the Syrah are younger. This is a balanced, concentrated, remarkable elegant wine that speaks to the skill and focus of the Mas Doix team.

Fruit is harvested by hand and then transported to the winery in small crates. After sorting, the fruit is de-stemmed and fermented as individual berries in small lots. The wine aged for 14 months in fine-grained French oak barrels before it was bottled unfined and unfiltered.

“The 2021 Salanques, a blend of 70% Garnacha, 20% Cariñena and 10% Syrah, has the subtleness, elegance and freshness of the cooler year. There’s good ripeness and great balance, red and black fruit, some spices and flowers, and it’s elegant and aromatic. It has a medium to full-bodied palate with good ripeness, the customary 14.5% alcohol and a low pH and high acidity that show in the vibrant palate. It finishes long, clean and very tasty. 18,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in March 2023.”
93 points, Luis Gutierrez, Wine Advocate, May 2024

“Ripe and juicy, with a streak of refreshing acidity keeping it in balance. Garnacha dominant as shown by the ripe, red fruits, white pepper and sweet tarragon. Some sweet, baking spices from 12 months in French oak, but finishes with a dry, rocky finish.”
91 points, Tim Atkin, December 2023