Clos 93 Winery – Established by Three Friends in 2008
The Clos 93 Winery was established by three friends who all share their love for wine. Their venture officially started in 2008 when Rubén Sabaté, an enologist student, began crafting wines for local consumption in Priorat. The name of the winery, Clos 93, has two different meanings. The word Clos refers to an enclosed space where ancient vinee were grown in an enclosed vineyard space. The number 9 signifies the word, nine, which in Catalan is “nou” and this was chosen because as this winery was new to the region. The number 3 epresents the three friends and partners who begn the business together. Another significance to the number 93 is that Clos 93 was the 93rd winery to register in the Priorat DOCa of Spain.
Clos 93 Winery was the 93rd winery to register in the Priorat DOCa of Spain crafting excellent regional wines.
The Winery Focuses on Garnacha Blanca, Pedro Ximenez, and Syrah
They produce red and white wines using various grape varieties. Garnacha Blanca, Pedro Ximenez, Garnacha Tinta, Cariñena, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon are some of the varietiesClos 93 Winery focuses on. Their wine production has limited capacity but they are pride themselves in the quality of their wines.
Wines are Aged in French Oak Barrels for 9 Months
One of the most popular wines at Clos 93 Winery is their red, L’Interrogant DOCa Priorat. This wine is made using the mixture of Garnacha, Cariñena, and Cabernet Sauvingon grapes and aged in French Oak barrels for 9 months.
You can visit the winery if you are traveling to the region. The owners are happy to be a part of the tour and make sure you enjoy your trip to Clos 93 Winery. A visit to the winery includes a tasting so you can look forward to trying some of their amazing Priorat wines.