Red Wine 4 Kilos 2019

Crianza red wine from Mallorca. Varietal Callet aged for 12 months in French oak barrels.

Crianza. 12 Months in French oak barrels from Allier
Percentage of Alcohol: 12º
Bottle size: 75 cl
D.O.: VT Mallorca
Grapes Varieties: Callet,
Wineries: 4 Kilos Vinícola
P 91 93 92

Availability: In stock

Product Description

It is fair to say that 4 Kilos Vinícola, the producer of this Spanish red wine, is the most interesting wine company currently operating in beautiful Mallorca.

Totally confident about the quality and potential of Majorca's native varieties, the 2018 vintage of 4 kilos is, again, a varietal Callet, arguably Mallorca's noblest red variety. The grapes come from vines 20 to 50 years old grown in three different estates cooled by sea breezes. Soils are very rich in ferric oxide, a feature that gives the earth an idiosyncratic reddish colour.

Harvested by hand, carefully selected and destemmed, 50% of the grapes were fermented in stainless steel tanks, and the other 50% in 2,500-litre wooden vats. Malolactic fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks and 600-litre oak barrels. After that, 4 kilos 2019 was blended and aged for 12 months in 600-litre Allier French oak barrels.

To enjoy it at its fullest, this age-worthy red wine from Mallorca should be decanted 1 hour before drinking.

Incidentally, the packaging of this organic red wine is as exquisite as its content.

Additional Information
Additional Information

The red wine 4 Kilos is dark cherry with a purple rim.


This varietal Callet has a remarkably original aromatic profile, with well-balanced notes of juicy black fruit, pomegranate, Mediterranean herbs, dry earth, liquorice, carob and spices. This organic red wine has a background of licorice, coffee and fennel.


Cherries and redcurrants dominate the palate of this Crianza red wine, along with balsamic notes, mineral undertones, earthy sensations and some salty remembrances. Produced by Bodega 4 Kilos Vinícola, this wine is subtle and richly layered, with a fine texture that leaves a smooth, suave sensation. Tannins are crunchy, and acidity is solid and crisp. Long, fruity finish and great overall elegance.

Our personal opinion

The excellent 4 Kilos 2019, probably the best vintage to date, shows that the wines from Mallorca have definitely come of age. The island has everything to become a sort of Mediterranean Burgundy: terroir, climate and grapes.


4 Kilos 2018:

Enterwine 94. Parker 96.

4 Kilos 2017:

Enterwine 93. Parker 94/94+.

4 Kilos 2016:

Enterwine 93. Parker 96.

4 Kilos 2015:

Parker 94. Enterwine 93.

4 Kilos 2012:

Enterwine 91.

Year 2019
Type Red
D.O. VT Mallorca
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 15-17ºC
Should this wine be decanted? 40-60 minutes before serving
Organic Yes
Ageing Crianza
Type of ageing Months in French oak barrels from Allier
Number of months aged in Barrels 12
Parker's Score 91
Enterwine's Score 93
Media rating 92
Mono-Varietal Callet
Pairings Birds, Cow´s cheese, Cured cheeses, Poultry, Red meat with gravy, Roasted foods, Roasted lamb, Roasted red meats, Roasted white meats
Taste Complex and Elegant, Silky and intense, Tasty with barrel notes
Occasion A special occasion, Because you deserve it, Romantic Dinner, To bring to an engagement
5 Reviews
The 2016 is the best vintage so far, no question about it. I think this defines a paradigm of what Majorcan wines should be. Deeply Mediterranean, and also supremely elegant.
Review by (Posted on 3 May 2019)
Sehr gut
This wine is sehr gut, ausgezeichnet!!
Review by (Posted on 4 January 2019)
4 kilos
A refined wine with a character very much of its own. I'm glad that Majorcan wines are starting to develop a definite identity.
Review by (Posted on 6 November 2018)
5 stars
Absolutely lovely wine, it keeps getting better with each vintage. The winemakers have really fine-tuned it and now it is the best wine from Mallorca. No question about it.
Review by (Posted on 24 August 2018)
The best wine from Mallorca? This Callet grape has a very original profile, fresh, linear and nicely textured. This wine reminds me of some great Italian reds.
Review by (Posted on 27 November 2017)
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