Tasting Note :
Winemaker Javier Ausas likens the 2004 to the legendary 1970 and it’s easy to see why. The nose is very perfumed, elegant and pure with heady florals, raspberry and mulberry fruit and well-integrated sweet spice of oak. In the mouth the wine displays flavours of liquorice, strawberry and black cherry chocolate accompanied by exquisite textural, velvety tannins and ends on an almost ethereal finish of wild herbs (thyme and heather) that just goes on and on. This is a wine for the long run, it’s still tight and very young and has the structure to go the long mile.