I'm tasting blind here. Can't read the label, it's in Spanish. Have never heard of the varietal. There are lots of strange things happening here. Super rich dark purple color. Very exotic, mysterious nose of cotton fiber, just turned black earth, and minerals. Very backward and Old World style designed to celllar for decades. The deep, and hidden wild blackberry fruit is super rustic and untamed. Nicely balanced oak, tannins, and acid. If you like wines where the fruit stands behind the secondary flavors, this is your wine. I suspect, in 10 years this wine will show black licorice bathed in black cherry. The finish is rough graphite, spicy astringency, and blackberry swimming in tannins.
Juicy, garnet eyed, complex pure frutiness. Almost a dead-ringer for some Beaujolais, has depth, roundness, yes fresh. Easy by the glass, and handle food. Bobal from carbonic maceration, clean, spicy varietal finish. Yum, I quite liked, original, enough quality here.
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