I can understand its 3-digit score by Luis Gutierrez, as this is clearly a remarkable wine. Densely packed but also fresh, elegant and mineral driven. Most likely, I won’t get a second chance, but it would be awesome to re-taste this layered and complex, red berry tinged beauty in another 4-6 years. Doubtlessly, it will age beautifully and slowly. Best from 2022. Easy 97+ p. — a year ago
Yeah, that good-taut, multilayered, depth of flavor forever; toasted walnuts & hazelnuts but sprung from a base of complex tertiary flavors: as Im a half brit, echoes & memories of Branston pickle, marmite, yet all still light bodied, fresh & back again to that tautness. Maybe could critique as running a bit hot. From soleras of 50yro+ wine; only 500 bottles produced. If Proust had written about sherry, it would have been this sherry. Just marvelous. — 2 years ago
Fruity with aromas of fennel and hints of apple. Persistent, full-bodied, with a long aftertaste. €13.95 O'Briens. — 9 months ago
Creme brûlée, marcona almond, chocolate and caramel on the nose, sea salt, salinity, and beautiful minerality on the palate. Great structure. — 9 months ago
Savory and dark. Lovely amontillado. Caramel and salt. — 6 months ago
Tannic, herbal tea, flor driven palette. Have not determined if this is the style or indications of wear.
Bottled 10/2016? — 6 months ago
Feeling lucky to have tasted such a rare and special wine that usually never makes it to the states. It’s been quite a while since this moment. Hopefully we’ve begun to import it. — 2 years ago