Although the Clos Erasmus pedigree clearly shines through, this is nowhere ready for drinking as advertised by the grower. The tannins need more time, although I doubt if I would ever rate this in the 94-95 range. The palate is full of spices and wood (cedar and oak) but the acid/tannin component could be better balanced. Excellent QPR nevertheless. — 18 days ago
This wine needs at least 1 hour to develop. Then, it opens up into a nice citrus flavored wine that was quite enjoyable. Before that, it was tasteless. So be patient before drinking this wine: do not expect to
drink it without a long decant. — 14 days ago
I rated this entry level Priorat a year ago and remember it brighter than this year. The nose and pallet still bear loads of dark and red fruit with a sensory finish reminiscent of dried almonds. It is full bodied, dry, tannic, with medium alcohol and medium acidy. Still like the wine; however, in this case do drink young.
The pork chop with green beans and mushroom pasta worked wonderfully thought. — 22 days ago