The wine continues to be a blend of ‘garnacha, tempranillo, graciano’ and the back label is all in Spanish again, of course. It’s a wine that really highlights the food-orientated life of winemaker Bryan Martin; a wine in synch with digestion and to work as a condiment on the table.
Has crunch and zip, nipped and tucked on fine, silty tannins and a crackle of tangy acidity. Perfumed, red berry fruit orientated, laced with Chinese five spice and an old packet of cinnamon, squarely at medium weight and set to thirst-quenching capabilities. It’s not necessarily a fine wine, but that’s not that point. It’s a shot gun blast of drinkability and good chugging. It’s a case buy; don’t muck around. - WineFront.com.au