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Here's a young Rioja that seriously overdelivers on the price. A classic flavor profile balanced by fresh acidity that's rounded out by a deft use of new oak.
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92 points James Suckling: "An attractive array of red-berry and plum aromas lead to a succulent and juicy palate. Good depth and vibrant, textural kick at the finish. Drink or hold." (06/2019) K&L Notes: Produced from en vaso (goblet, or bush trained) vines on a uniquely sited calcareous, sandy and clay vineyard just outside of Laguardia, El Sacramento may be a new project (this is in fact the first vintage) but should quickly become one of the top wines in all Rioja. Belgian proprietor Etienne Cordonnier has longstanding family ties to Bordeaux and wi...
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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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