...surprisingly floral and ethereal, perfumed and elegant... There are no aromas of oak whatsoever, and the wine is surprisingly fresh, as if the Garnacha helps to contain the power of Monastrell on the gravel soils, adding texture and perfume. This is beautiful.
A highly perfumed bouquet evokes red and blue fruit liqueur, candied flowers and exotic spices, along with a smoky mineral topnote. Impressively concentrated yet energetic in style, offering sweet, mineral- and spice-tinged boysenberry, cherry, candied lavender and spicecake flavors that open up steadily with air. Sappy, focused and seamless in texture, finishing with harmonious tannins and impressive, floral-driven persistence.
Monastrell. Smooth and flattering with a rather haunting perfume. Pretty sophisticated.