Fresh vanilla bean and dried prune.
The nose is a good Segway to what this wine is, a well done, young Tempranillo. Medium bodied with fresh orchard fruits. Sweet tango apples, blackberry purée, dried oregano, red potato skin. Unique flavors, from an amazing wine house. — 13 days ago
Couple of hours to open up (no decanter). Color is that of a ruby crystal. Intense ripe cherry and light sandalwood aromas. More berries and and a hint of vanilla essence in the mouthfeel. Medium bodied, firm and gripping tannings, long finish reminesant of chai spices.
This is a good bottle. A Gran Reserva at that, with 2 years in oak and three years in bottle before release. One can taste the robustness of the terroir towards finish and on the finish itself!
This bottle has got potential... Enough said. — 7 months ago
Facing a natural terrace above the river Miño, located in the town of As Neves, within the wine region of Condado do Tea, bordering Portugal. Pale yellow with pronounced fruit and floral aromas. On the palate white flesh fruit flavors, citrus and herb notes with lively acidity and nice balance of minerality. Crisp on the finish ending with lemon zest notes. Nice! — 20 days ago
Cidery, apple and oxidative aromas with very low alcohol. Soft, light and unique. Funky and interesting. — 7 months ago
With castanyas and Carles — 2 months ago
Nice white blend. Not quite as austere as a 100% Albariño. Perfect with the scallops and the lobster tail. — 2 months ago
Surprisingly full bodied with nice peppery overtones for a relatively inexpensive market wine — 5 months ago
Good value for $11 from Trader Joe's. Let it breathe or use a decanter to unlock its flavors. — 8 months ago