More red than dark, with semisweet aromas of candy, strawberry and a bit of grassy green. The palate is easygoing and creamy, with milk chocolate and berry flavors along with overt wood-driven spice. Finishes with drying tannins, another wave of oak and just enough snap to keep it moving in the right direction. Good but not great by Priorat standards.
This wine explores the fresher, racier side of the Priorat region. Berry fruit with just the slightest hint of raisin dominates the nose and the palate. Flavors of red plum and raspberry are borderline scouring, but then the finish gives some mocha and sage to bring everything into focus. Best with food; drink now. Imported by Grapes of Spain.
This is a chunky Priorat with latex and medicinal aromas along with jumbled, herbal red-fruit notes. Flavors of baked berry are standard and don’t offer much complexity, while the finish is toasted and roasted. This offers a touch of what’s good about Priorat but nothing more.