Wow. This is as delicious an expression of Listan negro as we have yet to taste. We admittedly have not tasted too many other listan negro based wines, something of an oddball variety which thrives on the island of Tenerife one of the Canary Islands) and is the same exact variety as the mission grape originally brought to the North and South American colonies (it is called 'criolla' in Argentina and 'pais' in Chile). However, taste this and you will clearly see the potential: rich, slightly spicy and savory dark cherry fruit, with wonderful freshness and acidity, very nicely framed by a short elevage in oak barrels. The oldest vines on this estate were planted nearly 100 years ago in 1914. Whether you use this as an interesting brown bag wine for your WSET classmates or a centerpiece of a summer grilling session, you will likely be very happy either way - the wine is delicious.
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