Made for ageing in bottle, and released 2-3 years after bottling, depending on the vintage. The 2017 was a kind generous vintage and it was all about balance, giving us vibrant Tempranillo loaded with red fruits of dark plums and dark cherries. Spending 15 months in mostly aged French oak, so as not to over power the varietal nature of Tempranillo.....as this variety is notorious for being "Tempramental Tempranillo"! So when it has a good year it is amazing.
91 Points James Halliday Wine Companion