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2018 Black Slate "Escaladei" Vi de la Vila Priorat
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92 points Vinous: "Deep, shimmering violet. Lively dark berry, potpourri and licorice aromas are complemented by smoky mineral and exotic spice flourishes. Juicy and lively on the palate, offering pliant black raspberry, bitter cherry and violet pastille flavors that deepen and become sweeter with air. Finishes very long and spicy, with solid mineral thrust and polished, slow-building tannins that sneak in late. (JR)" (03/2021) K&L Notes: The Vi de Vila project is mapping out of Priorat terroir in an Burgundian manner. Priorat is a dramatic appellatio...
Price: $22.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The truly impressive 2018 Ultreia Saint Jacques transcends its price category. They destemmed more grapes because they fermented it in the oak vats they bought from Vega Sicilia to use in the new winery, where it macerated for two months and then matured in used barrels for nine to 10 months. The secret is to use very good grapes from very good vineyards. The wine is clean, precise and fresh, and the oak is super-subtle, almost unnoticeable. The palate reflects a fluid wine of pleasure, a red of thirst. This is t...
Price: $18.99

Here is a Priorat that is not at all shy or trying to hide its Mediterranean origins, a richer, fuller bodied style especially considering its modest price. That said, the wine has become increasingly fresher, a development that is particularly apparent in this juicy, well delineated 2016. It is a well-balanced, tasty blend of Garnacha, Carignane, and just a tiny amount of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Price: $16.99

Descendientes de J. Palacios is a leading producer of red wines from the Mencia grape in the Bierzo region of northwest Spain. It was founded in 1998, and is a collaboration between Alvaro Palacios of Priorat fame, and his nephew Ricardo Perez Palacios. The venture is credited with bringing the region to much greater prominence. Petalos, the latest triumph from Alvaro Palacios, comes from 60 year-old vines and farmed biodynamically, is an intense wine that mingles beautifully wild plum, smoke, and spice flavors. *Biodynamic*
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91 points James Suckling: "A tight red with dark-fruit and chocolate character. It’s medium-bodied with fine tannins and a pretty finish. Drink or hold." (11/2020)
Price: $14.99

2018 Celler Can Blau "Can Blau" Montsant
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91 points Vinous: "Saturated ruby. Vibrant dark berry, potpourri and licorice scents are complemented by smoky mineral and spice accents. Gently chewy and lively in the mouth, offering pliant blackberry and bitter cherry flavors that deepen and become sweeter with air. Finishes long and spicy, with solid dark fruit thrust and subtle, slow-building tannins that come in late. (JR)" (03/2021)
Price: $13.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The red 2018 Mestizaje was produced with a blend of 70% Bobal, 19% Garnacha and 11% full-cluster Syrah from head-pruned and dry-farmed vines from their El Terrerazo estate planted mostly in the early 1990s on limestone soils. Each plot and grape variety was fermented separately with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel and oak vats. It matured in a mixture of oak vats and French barrique for 11 months (there has been a change toward more and more vats and almost no barrels). This has a creamy touch, attractive, a...
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96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The purple/black color is followed by aromas of melting tar, blueberries, blackberries, and a touch of vanillin. The wine is dense and rich with layers of flavor, the tannin well hidden by the fruit. Give this bad boy another 4-6 years of cellaring and drink it for 15 years thereafter." (02/2007) K&L Notes: 25% each of Garnacha, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cariñena Vieja with a splash of Syrah and Merlot, then aged in new French wood barrels for a year.
Price: $69.99

This is a field blend of old vine (planted 70-100 years ago) Mencía, Domingo Pérez (Trousseau), Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet), Mouratón, Caiño and Brancellao from a few different sites within the Chantada and Ribeira do Miño zones of the Ribeira Sacra appellation. It was fermented with whole clusters in foudre and aged in a combination of foudre and 500L used barrels. This is a Raul Perez project, a chance to work with sites that are a little highter and cooler than the ones that he works with in Bierzo. *organic*
Price: $22.99

Made from estate-grown Listán Negro grapes, aged 3 months in mostly used American oak barrels. (About one of 8 barrels is new.) The grapes are de-stemmed and cold-soaked for 24 hours before pressing. Vinification in stainless steel tanks, after which the wines are moved to used american oak barrels. Less than 4,000 cases produced.
Price: $24.99

92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Based largely on Carignan, with 30% Garnacha and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2018 Priorat has a big, smoky nose of mulled red and black fruits, graphite, flowers, and new leather. This carries to a medium to full-bodied wine with terrific tannins (especially for Carignan), a balanced, elegant texture, no hard edges, and a great finish." (03/2021) K&L Notes: This is the newest Priorat offering from Eric Solomon. Eric who has long and deep connections to the region, he has been importing wine from the region since the early '90's...
Price: $18.99


Organically grown Garnacha and Samso (Carignan) grown in calcareous clay and "panal" soils. Native yeast fermentation in large cement tanks. It is aged an addition 6 months in tank. Bright and fresh, this is a Mediterranean wine, with red fruits, cherries, plums, dark berries, herbs and subtle minerality.
Price: $17.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From granite and clay soils, the reductive 2018 Encinas fermented in concrete and matured in an oak vat. The reduction should eventually go, but it gives it an old-time Cornas profile. Mencía is quite reductive and it shows here. But the palate is superb, especially in the cooler and fresher 2018 vintage. The wine has stuffing and freshness, and the traditional, somewhat rustic profile should turn into a beauty in bottle. It needs time and air, as that reductive character reveals itself in a flinty way with a tou...
Price: $29.99

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2008 DOIX Costers Vinyes Velles reveals a deep purple color with outstanding aromatic complexity. Notes of liquid minerality, licorice, lavender, Asian spices, and black cherry lead to a supple, savory effort loaded with spice and personality. There is a nicely concealed structure that will allow the wine to evolve for several years although it is approachable now. (JM)" (05/2011) 92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright ruby. A pungent, highly aromatic bouquet evokes blackberry, cherry...
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94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Estrecho was cropped from a more unusual, cooler and wetter year. It's produced with a very soft vinification in 2,000-liter oak vats and new barriques. It was bottled after 15 months in oak. This is a powerful vintage; the wine has clout, power and concentration and a little more rusticity (the textbook tree bark!) than the 2017 that I tasted together with this one. There are some dusty tannins and an earthy, chalky sensation on the palate. The 2017 feels more precise than this, but the only problem wit...
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "La Poulosa is quite regular and ripe, with notes of prunes, and even though there is more freshness in 2018, the 2018 La Vizcaína La Poulosa shows closer to the 2017, keeping the profile of the vineyard, which is very strong. In fact, there is only half a degree difference in alcohol between this 2018 and the 2017. There is more fruit here, and it's juicy and approachable, with integrated oak (they started replacing the 225-liter oak barrels with 500-liter ones), more freshness and a livelier palate. The tannins ...
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