Charred beef, plum, and baking spice on the nose, and a sense of baked Spanish soil. On the palate that "flannel-y" texture that is a hallmark of Pedrosa, and everything nicely layered and integrated, with a clean, refreshing finish that begs another sip. Hard not to love.
I have had very good vintages of this wine, but this one (or bottle?) disappointing. Green is the best definition. First day lots of oak, add the greenness and somewhat thin overall feel and it is not much that you have. Acidity is pronounced. Second day a better wine but still greenish by profile. My better half thought this was flawed bottle, perhaps.
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