Produced from Garnacha vines grown at an altitude of 400 metres in Gratallops (Priorat).
It derives its name from the flower Ruella (poppy in English), which sweeps through the vineyards in springtime.
In appearance it is a red colour, of medium to low density. On the nose it displays aromas of ripe fruit with floral and undergrowth notes, coming over as incisive, complex and subtle. The palate is structured, fruity, light and fresh. It has smooth tannins and fine acidity, with good persistence.
Aged for 12 months in French oak barrels.
Producer: Celler Balaguer i Cabré
Wine region: Priorat (Spain)
Bottle: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 14,5%