The red 2018 Mataborricos is not widely known and is probably also their most extreme wine. It's a mixture of different grape varieties—Garnacha, of course, but a majority of other varieties, mainly Listán Prieto (a.k.a. País), plus other reds they are in the process of identifying and even some white grapes—and was produced in a very artisanal way, trying to replicate the wines from the past in the zone, where they used clay pots for fermentation and aging. The grapes are selected from individual plants from different old vineyards, fermented with indigenous yeasts and matured for 12 months in "tinaja" (amphora). This is the wildest and most extreme of the reds, a radical and characterful wine that's different from the others, with a mixture of berries, herbs and a meaty and earthy touch. The palate has vibrant acidity, fine-grained tannins and a dry, granite-driven finish. Drink 2020 – 2024. 92 points. Luis Gutierrez, The Wine Advocate.