PRESS REVIEWS2021-06-09T23:41:17+02:00
  • Cimal Garnacha 2018

    91 POINTS
    Wine Enthusiast

    This appellation covers some of the vineyards that used to be classified as just Bourgogne. The result is some fine wines, like this one, that have extra oomph, structure and concentration.
    — Roger Voss

  • Teófilo Reyes Tamiz 2018

    93 POINTS
    Wine Enthusiast

    Sweet berries and hints of sultanas and dried flowers on the nose, following through to a full body with ripe, savory fruit that is fruity and clean. Delicious fruit. Fine tannins. Shows intensity and balance. Drink or hold.
    — James Suckling

  • Basares 2019

    93 POINTS
    James Suckling

    Ripe and dried berries with hints of sandalwood and cedar on the nose. Medium to full body, savory fruit and a flavorful finish. Tangy acidity highlights the wine. Drinkable now, but better in 2022.
    — James Suckling

  • Alceño Twelve 2017

    91 POINTS
    Wine Enthusiast

    This appellation covers some of the vineyards that used to be classified as just Bourgogne. The result is some fine wines, like this one, that have extra oomph, structure and concentration.
    — Roger Voss

  • Vega Moragona Tempranillo 2018

    90 POINTS
    James Suckling

    Very straightforward fruit here with raspberry and chocolate character, medium body, light tannins, and a clean fresh finish. A little one-dimensional, but delicious. Drink now

    — James Suckling

  • Escondido 2018

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A ripe, juicy red with very pretty cherry, berry, spice, chocolate, and hazelnut character. Full-bodied and round-tannined. Lovely ripeness. Drink or hold.
    — James Suckling

  • Alceo 2018

    91 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A fruity and toned red with crushed black cherry, chocolate and walnut character. Medium body, round tannins and a friendly finish. Drink now.
    — James Suckling

  • Señorio del Tallar Selección 2018

    91 POINTS
    Wine Enthusiast

    This appellation covers some of the vineyards that used to be classified as just Bourgogne. The result is some fine wines, like this one, that have extra oomph, structure and concentration.
    — Roger Voss

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