Informações de produto

14.5% vol.
100% Tempranillo
Ribera del Duero

Avaliação dos peritos

Tim Atkin:

Eduardo García sources grapes from seven different villages - Anguix, Baños de Valdearados, La Aguilera, Moradillo, Olivares, Tubilla del Lago and Valbuena - to make this superb panRibera blend, which deserves its reputation as one of the region's very best releases. Fresh, elegant and youthful, with fennel and wild herb aromas, lots of zip and acidity and medium structure. Subtle, refined and ethereal. 2025-35

The Wine Advocate:

Tasted along with the 2019, the 2020 Garmón is from a cooler year with more rain that resulted in fresher wines, a little lighter. This is still dominated by black ripe fruit, hints of licorice and earth and a creamy and smoky/spicy touch from the 20 months in 225-liter barriques. It's medium to full-bodied with abundant, slightly dusty tannins and more earthiness in the finish. 50,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in September 2022.

James Suckling:

Rich yet fresh blackberries with some graphite and dark spices on the nose. This is quite structured and vertical on the palate with juicy fruit and a medium-long finish. A tad chewy now, but should come around with some time. Try in 2024.