"The 2004 Tinto Pesquera, from a great vintage, is opaque purple with a fragrant nose of lead pencil, earth, black currants, and blackberry liqueur that jumps from the glass. This is followed by a sexy wine with layered blue and black fruits intertwined with ripe tannins and good acidity. This superb, beautifully balanced effort should evolve for 4-6 years and drink well for another 10-15." 93 Points
Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
On opening, this wine was very assertive, too much so for my taste. The next day it had calmed down a lot. Not obviously high in tannin or even alcohol, but a confused array of flavors. Probably should have been decanted - strange for such a young wine.