Coffee grounds, chicory, peppercorns, cola and ripe black cherry. It's attractively fruited but, unlike many a tempranillo, it's not too fruit-sweet and manages to play many savoury cards. There's a positive firmness and dryness to the finish; it feels polished, structured and complete. Drink to 2029. 94 Points. Campbell Mattinson, Halliday's Wine Companion.