Montsant Wine Regions

A young yet progressive region full of confident, under-40 winemakers experimenting with new approaches, the Montsant denomination of origin is comprised of less than 5,000 acres of mountainous vineyards nearly encircling the Priorat region. Similar to that of its lauded neighbor, the landscape is rugged and stony, with hand-hewn terraces winding up steep hills, though Montsant soils are a mix of granite, sand, calcareous soil, large pebbles and slate. The region benefits from a Mediterranean climate but its altitude provides for cooler temperatures at night. Montsant is best known for its reds, which are rich and concentrated with an attractive mineral component, as well as a small production of distinctive rosé wine.





Garbo Red Garbo Rose
Garbó Rosé Garbó Rosé