PRESS REVIEWS2021-06-09T23:41:17+02:00
  • Finca Las Tenadas 2017

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A red with beautiful polish and structure, showing dark berry, chocolate, and light vanilla. Some vanilla pod, too. It’s medium-to-full-bodied with fine tannins that melt into de wine. Drink or hold
    — James Suckling

  • Paraje de Titos 2018

    90 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A wine with black fruit and creamy yet chewy tannins and a fruity finish. Medium-to-full-bodied, firm and polished. Some earth, meat, and spice to the fruit. Drink or hold.
    — James Suckling

  • Embocadero 2018

    91 POINTS
    James Suckling

    A fresh, vivid red with cherry and watermelon aromas and flavors. Hints of walnuts. It’s medium-bodied with light tannins and a delicious finish. Drink now.
    — James Suckling

  • Vega Moragona Viñas de Casas de Haro 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

  • Romeo Selección 2017

    93 POINTS
    Wine Enthusiast

    This is a suave, rich, and polished Monastrell with a very attractive blueberry nose that follows to the fresh, smoothly rendered palate. Drink or hold
    — 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

  • Pieza El Caidero 2018

    92 POINTS
    James Suckling

    This is a red that shows richness and balance at the same time with ripe berry, chocolate, coffee and black tea. It’s medium to full body. Attractive, creamy finish. Give it a year or two to soften. Better after 2021
    — James Suckling

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