PRESS REVIEWS2021-06-09T23:41:17+02:00
  • Romeo Selección 2018

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A ripe, round wine with blackberries and some black truffle undertones. It’s full-bodied with lightly chewy, dusty tannins. Stylish and interesting. Drink now
    — James Suckling

  • Hilanda 2018

    90 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A rich, juicy wine with a tangy edge and some dried mushroom and bark. Blueberries, too. Full-bodied, but not overpowering. Drink now.
    — James Suckling

  • Finca Costanillas 2018

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    Very pretty Rioja with ripe berries, chocolate, walnuts, and hazelnuts. Full-bodied with juicy fruit and a flavorful finish. Nice length. Needs another year or two to come around. Drink after 2021.
    — James Suckling

  • Talma Garnacha 2019

    90 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A very rich Garnacha with loads of black-fruit character, as well as wet bark. It’s full-bodied, but not overly heavy nor ponderous. Give it a year to come together, but already very nice. Drink or hold
    — 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

  • Ferrum 2019

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A creamy and nicely crafted white from this appellation with subtle cooked apple, stone, light pie crust, and hints of nougat. Medium-bodied with attractive texture and a friendly finish. Really like the thought-provoking nature of this. Drink now.
    — James Suckling

  • Selección Parcelas Quilos Mencia 2018

    93 POINTS
    James Suckling

    Lots of mineral and slate-like character to this red with crushed blackberries. Medium-to-full-bodied, long and flavorful. Drink or hold.
    — James Suckling

  • Ventica selección Buedo 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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