The tannins override the balance. Not much fruit.
Breath for at least two hours. — 2 days ago
The wine is almost nondescript. It is just very mild. No tannin. No fruit. No nose. No Tempranillo pallet whatsoever. My very first thought was "it almost water". This despite the label saying it is 100% Tempranillo, a Reserva, and 14.5% alcohol. It is labeled as a 2015 vintage.
Won't be buying this again. — a month ago
The 2018 is peculiar. Seems every other bottle or so has a slight spritz. Not consistent. Otherwise pleasant enough. Way over priced for what you get. — 2 months ago
Very light. Little Tempranillo or Rioja characteristics. Drinks easy. Basically blended for just an easy drink. — a month ago
The wine is very alcoholic, 15.7%. The vintage, 2017 should rest for at least two years. The opening nose is big, pushed primarily by the high alcohol. The color is deep purple. The vertical blend is a bit indistinguishable, although my first impression was zinfandel. The node was peppery and full of berries. Specifically raspberry. It has a lot of body although it is a very tipycall University of Davis methodology wine. — 2 months ago
The wine has lost its fruit and tannan. Not yet maderized but will be soon. You'll need to let air for a fee hours before the acid clears out. — a month ago
This is a God Chablis, but it does not live up to its pedigree of Premier Cru. Lacks depth of character. Not worth the price point. — 2 months ago
Beautifully drinking. Delightful palette and nose. Not a big Riojo, but a delightful drink g wine for meals and appetizers. — 2 months ago