Turó d’en Mota

Historical harvest that outlines a long aging wine of intense and vibrant character. An extremely water-borne July contrasts with the low rainfall collected throughout the year. A fact that, accompanied by a very advanced harvest, makes the 2001 vintage one of the most atypical and unique crops in the history of Turó d’en Mota.


  • Ideal ripening point and harvest: 28th August, 2001.
  • Manual harvest.
  • Annual production of the vineyard: 3.750 kg of grapes.
  • 2.770 bottles, each one numbered.


  • Average temperature in 2000 – 2001 season: 14,8 ºC
  • Historical average temperature: 15,8 ºC
  • Rainfall from October 2000 to September 2001: 347 mm.
  • Historical average rainfall in Sant Sadurní d’Anoia: 584 mm.


  • Long ageing of a minimum of 126 months with natural cork stopper.
  • Riddling by hand in traditional racks.
  • Manual disgorging without freezing the neck of the bottle.
  • Vinification, wine-making and ageing in Recaredo.


Serve in a tall cup in the form of tulip, broad base and slightly closed upper part.


Keep this bottle at 15ºC to ensure a good evolution.


To appreciate all the complexity, we recommend opening the bottle a few minutes before and serving it around 10ºC.

  • A very gastronomic wine that makes you salivate. It cries for food. Only 2,770 bottles were produced. Up there with the best sparkling wines of the world. Bravo! To me this is the best Turo d’en Mota yet!

    Luis Gutiérrez wine journalist for The Wine Advocate
  • It is a perfect expression of the land it grows on, and you can clearly smell and taste the calcareous soil, the rosemary, thyme and fennel growing on the hill just next to the vineyard, and even though it is aged for over ten years, it is still fresh and vibrant

    Anna Wallner


  • The vineyard of Turó d’en Mota has 0.97 ha with north and northeast exposure. Only in the extraordinary harvests, such as 2006, is a part of the vineyard of 0.55 ha with Southeast exposure.
  • Grounds of limestone texture (balance of sand, slime and clay) and very calcareous nature. They are treated with deep and well drained soils, with moderate water storage capacity.
  • Soils very evolved due to the presence of a calcium horizon with important accumulations of carbonates in the form of nodules, that is, stones formed from concentrations of lime. They have an active limestone of 14%, which makes them extremely calcareous soils.
  • Organic matter of 1.5% (very low) and soil pH of 8.5 (very basic).