a great value, made by people who obviously care a great deal about making good wine. Great layers of flavor, and remarkably well integrated for such an affordable bottle.
Text-book good tempranillo; lots of nice fruit backed by nice undertones of earthiness. This is light enough to go with most foods, but hearty enough to be drunk by itself as a a rich, bone-warming red wine.
I agreed with most of the comments: Nice dark color, lovely nose, full flavors...but then you come to the finish and it's thin and astringent. Seems to be drying out over time, the alcohol is winning the battle here. I prefer the Finca Reslsa from Emilio Moro. Check my review at: www.ramblingcork.com