PnP came right out of gate oozing stewed black cherries soaked in herb & licorice - distinct vein of minerality. Nice weight & polish on mid-palate, had a certain elegance that belied modest price point. Hint of astringency on finish, this needs time but heck of a QPR and nice entry level Priorat — 23 days ago
Amazing bottle first night in Madrid for 25 euros! Aged 10y. Big fruits and sediment but also leather, earth, oak and tannins and acid. — 3 months ago
Dry yet elegant and floral aroma and slight sweet fish. Nicely balanced and great white! — 5 months ago
One of Spains best known and highly regarded grape Albariño is produced in the region of Rías Baixas, just above Portugal.
A pale yellow wine. Starts with a dry slightly acidic taste then follows up with a citrus and honey finish. Excellent pairing with with Moules Mariniere and tender steamed shrimp. A great value. — 5 months ago
Fruity. Good — 3 months ago
The Clos de l’Obac 2006 Miserere is composed of 27% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Garnacha, 26% Tempranillo, 10% Merlot, and 10% Carinena. It is a fruit forward, supple and ripe, medium bodied Priorat. Great with a lunch with various cheeses and iberico ham ‘pata negra’ — 3 months ago
Tom really likes this one. — 7 months ago