Rather stocky, with beef bouillon, blackberry and rubber on the nose. The feel is solid while the plum, berry and leathery flavors display some of the heat of the year. Not a refined wine but good in an easy, drink-me-now way. Could use cheese or some roasted meat.
Heavily oaked, with aromas of coconut, rubber and fruitcake. Bold tannins warm the palate, which dishes out cherry, currant and plum flavors. A bit too stewy on the whole, but with merits between the cracks. Imported by Quality Wines of Spain.