Our wines

In 2012, with great enthusiasm and eager to undertake new adventures, Les Moles began to make its own wine, a challenge that would open the doors to an exciting world. Searching for proximity and quality, Terra Alta was chosen for the production of Les Moles wine. Starting with an exceptional raw material, with Les Moles wines we contribute our vision of how we believe the wines that accompany our cuisine should be.

Blanco Les Moles

A young white wine made from Grenache Blanc and Macabeo. Grenache Blanc from Terra Alta has been awarded and recognized worldwide. And the Macabeo, an explosion of ripe white fruit with nerve and a pleasant acidity, “transports us to the Ulldecona of fifty years ago, surrounded by vineyards, a time that we barely remember … Nostalgia in its purest form”.

Tinto Les Moles

A young red wine made from Grenache and Carignan, with hints of Syrah and Merlot, with lots of red fruit and the strength of youth, but round and elegant.

Again, we wanted to combine flavours and aromas of vineyards with a great tradition to obtain a very young and fresh end result.

Crianza Les Moles

This third wine, Les Moles Crianza, with red Grenache and Syrah, is aged for twelve months in large 5,000 l barrels. With a very marked personality and a long journey: ripe black fruit, spicy and balsamic touches, balanced and complex.

Crianza Les Moles

This third wine, Les Moles Crianza, with red Grenache and Syrah, is aged for twelve months in large 5,000 l barrels. With a very marked personality and a long journey: ripe black fruit, spicy and balsamic touches, balanced and complex.

Carmen’S

Since 2016 we have been making this wine, Carmen’s most personal, with Macabeo from old vineyards, which is fermented and aged for eight months in new French oak barrels. A different concept for a very gastronomic wine that adapts to a kitchen as well cared for as Les Moles.

Carmen describes her wine like this:

“My wine is alive, smiling, with a fierce fighting spirit against boredom.
Each time it becomes a different sensation, each minute it transforms,
exchanging its appearance from innocent fragility into sensual voluptuousness.
It is elegant and looks it, like a special outfit for a grand party.
This Macabeo from old vineyards has matured for eight months in the loving womb of a wooden barrel,
just like a protective mother who has given it strength for the long journey that awaits.
Carmen’S is the fruit of an illusion, it is the memory of my town full of vineyards, of Macabeo…
It is the staging for the film of our life, marked by nonconformity.
Because deep down, we are rebels and we did not know it.”

Carmen Sauch