Gran Reserva 2002

Paratge Qualificat Font de Jui


Gran Reserva 2002

Paratge Qualificat Font de Jui


Vol. 12,5% Grapes : 75% Xarel·lo, 25% Macabeu
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Based on careful observation and the management of the factors which influence our terroir and its habitat. We do not apply chemical herbicides or pesticides, but instead we use natural resources, with the primary aim of maintaining a balance in the environment, and we preserve spontaneous ground cover in order to obtain spongy soils.

Through biodynamics, which goes one step beyond organic growing, we breathe life into our vineyards and seek to raise levels of biodiversity: we apply plantbased infusions and decoctions to avoid pest infestations, and we make our own animal and vegetal compost and the preparations of our own farm.


We assume responsibility for each and every step involved in the winemaking process, from the vine to the bottle. The grapes are picked by hand, go onto a sorting belt, are transferred by gravity, and pressed whole bunch.

This Gran Reserva is aged for 120 months.

100% artisanal process. The bottles are sealed with a cork stopper throughout the time they spend resting in the silence of the cellars, which enables the longest ageing periods. We use ‘pupitre’ racks, and riddling.

Medium dosage of 7 grams/litre. The ‘expedition liqueur’ comes from the family solera, which is well over a century old. A traditional art which has been handed down from generation to generation.


LOGO_CORK-AGED-WITH-cercle-300x300 We use cork stopper for the ageing of all our cavas over 5 years old and for the Argents. Manual processes are carried out: ageing sur latte, riddling, disgorging, labelling, and cellophane.


Paraje Font de Jui consists of about 22.5 hectares, among them, 15 are Xarel·lo and 7.5 Macabeo. They spread from the Anoia River (La Plana, 100 metres above sea level) to the Mas Escorpi hill (350 metres above sea level), which overlooks the town of Sant Sadurní, and its southern slopes. Its soil is clay-limestone: sandy layers along the river and very rocky in the higher and drier areas. Gramona’s organic and biodynamic approach on the Paraje, as with all of their land, enriches life in the soil, and helps the plants to better adapt to climate change.

It is a Bordeaux-style paraje, a “chateau” concept, grouping plots of more than one grape variety, essential to the wine’s identity, around the Celler Batlle winery, located at the heart of the paraje. This concept is the opposite of, or differs from the “clos” of Burgundy, where the vineyards are not necessarily next to the winery. Both concepts, tied to a specific landscape and place, are part of the Cava de Paraje concept.




Golden with intense gold tones.


It shows great expressiveness and depth. Honeyed notes accompany the fruit (baked apple, louquats, dry figs). Candied orange peel, dried apricot. Floral touches. Distinct ageing character (toast, hazelnuts, nougat, marzipan, cocoa, toffee, coffee). Aromas of undergrowth, dead leaves and mushrooms.


Pleasant and very full on entry.  Smooth across the palate, with opulent, seductive body.  Velvety textured carbon dioxide.  A slightly bitter note blends with the powerful acidity of an infinite wine.