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About Clos d'Agon

A familiar name for more than 30 years

El Mas Gil

The history of Clos d’Agon revolves around the main farmhouse of the estate, Mas Gil, which gives its name to the entire property.

There are written records confirming the existence of vineyards on this estate as early as the 15th century in what was Mas Sabater. In 1792 the current farmhouse was built, today called Mas Gil, which in ancient times was surrounded by 12 hectares of vineyards, planted with hybrid varieties, narrow planting frames and vase conduits.

It was at the end of the 80’s of the last century when the modern stage of our winery began.

A familiar name for more than 30 years

El Mas Gil

The history of Clos d’Agon revolves around the main farmhouse of the estate, Mas Gil, which gives its name to the entire property.

There are written records confirming the existence of vineyards on this estate as early as the 15th century in what was Mas Sabater. In 1792 the current farmhouse was built, today called Mas Gil, which in ancient times was surrounded by 12 hectares of vineyards, planted with hybrid varieties, narrow planting frames and vase conduits.

It was at the end of the 80’s of the last century when the modern stage of our winery began.

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The vineyard

The history of Clos d’Agon revolves around the main farmhouse of the estate, Mas Gil, which gives its name to the entire property.

There are written records confirming the existence of vineyards on this estate as early as the 15th century in what was Mas Sabater. In 1792 the current farmhouse was built, today called Mas Gil, which in ancient times was surrounded by 12 hectares of vineyards, planted with hybrid varieties, narrow planting frames and vase conduits.

It was at the end of the 80’s of the last century when the modern stage of our winery began.

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The Clos d'Agon team

Miguel Coronado

Enólogo y director técnico

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Paco Balsera

Enólogo

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Carlos Naranjo

Bodeguero

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Alex Mingorance

Capataz de viña

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Isaac Mañas

Trabajos en viña

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Carles Portell

Comercial

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Viviana Mendílez

Mantenimiento, logística y contabilidad

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Visitas | Clos d'Agon

Enoturismo, eventos y visitas

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Andrea Peña

Mantenimiento y enoturismo

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Back to the past

The history of Clos d'Agon

Adquisición de la finca por Philippe Dambois. Nacimiento de la marca Clos d’Agon.
1989
Plantación de las primeras parcelas con nuevas variedades, principalmente Cabernet Sauvignon y Merlot, junto con Syrah, Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne y Monastrell.
1990
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1992
Plantación de dos parcelas más de Viognier y Roussanne respectivamente, con las que se completan las 8 primeras ha.
1995
Llegada de los actuales propietarios. Asesoría por parte de Peter Sisseck.
1999
Se plantan nuevas parcelas en las zonas más altas de la propiedad. Se apuesta principalmente por Cabernet Franc y Syrah. También se plantan pequeñas superficies de Petit Verdot.
2001
Comienzan los trabajos de construcción de la nueva bodega, diseñada por el arquitecto Chus Manzanares.
2002
Nuevas parcelas son plantadas. Predomina la Cabernet Franc. También se planta algo de Cabernet Sauvignon y Petit Verdot.
2004
Culminan los trabajos en la construcción de la bodega. Es una construcción moderna pero integrada en su entorno, levemente inspirada en la obra de Piet Mondrian.
2005
Se planta una nueva parcela de Merlot.
2006
Miguel Coronado es el nuevo Director Técnico. Continúa ejerciendo esa posición hasta la actualidad.
2009
Se plantan nuevas parcelas. En este caso optamos por otras variedades, más arraigadas en nuestro entorno: Garnacha tinta, Garnacha blanca y Garnacha gris, además de Viognier.
2019
Entramos a formar parte de la gran familia Grandes Pagos de España.
2021