Dark fruit, tart tannins, complex. I’d buy a case of this vintage and enjoy with a Cohiba from Havana 🇨🇺 — 6 years ago
Little grassiness at the end and an overall nice drinker — 8 years ago
A blend of Tempranillo, Nebbiolo and Syrah. 13.8% and showing quite nice — 4 years ago
Always want to drink this! — 5 years ago
A very thick wine, the chocolate flavor started to come out as time went by. Would have gotten a higher point if we had eaten meat. 1050 pesos = 49USD. — 7 years ago
Fine and mineral, delicate — 9 years ago
Saline an lemony with some weight. Beautiful. — 5 years ago
Really nice. Balanced, the slightly crunchy tannins mellowed out w some air. Still has plenty of fruit balanced with nice acidity. Well made wine at a great price point. 2011 vintage — 5 years ago
Luis' top red cuvée from his oldest vines of Brancellao, Caiño Redondo, Caiño Longo and Ferrol. Unlike the "regular" A Torna Dos Pasas, the Escolma is aged in new and used French barriques for 1yr and bottle-aged for another 3 years.
Red and black tart berry fruit, backbone of fine tannins and Atlantic/granite minerality.
This is Spanish wine for Burgundy lovers. Amazing. — 7 years ago