Turó d’en Mota

Turó d’en Mota 2006 expresses the generosity of a harvest that delivered ideal conditions for producing wines of great intensity and balance, with the capacity to gain finesse and refinement after more than eleven years sheltered in the darkness of our cellars. A harmonious ode to nature, with highly expressive fruits and unprecedented freshness.

The character of the Mediterranean region is strongly expressed, with moderate but irregular rains over the wine year. Precision viticulture work plays a key role in enabling the vineyards to withstand the extreme cold of the winter and high summer temperatures.

2006 Harvest

  • Ideal ripening point and harvest: August 30th, 2006
  • Manual harvest
  • Anual production of the vineyard: 7,100 kg of grapes
  • Bottles: 4.864, each one numbered


  • Average temperature in 2006: 15,8ºC
  • Historical average rainfall: 15,5ºC
  • Rainfall in 2004 494 mm
  • Historical average rainfall: 518 mm


  • Ageing 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.

  • Turó d’en Mota is a way of explaining our history; it is a memory, a way of relating to each other, of getting to know one other. Above all, it is a chace to appreciate a landscape

    Ton Mata 3rd generation of Recaredo Family

Location and geology of the wineyard

  • 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).