The more recent 2014 Pegaso Barrancos de Pizarra was finally my favorite of all the bottles I tasted in this sitting, which were quite a few. This aged in ancient large clay amphorae and used 500- and 600-liter French oak barrels for two years and shows no oak whatsoever in the nose or palate. The year seems to have achieved a perfect ripening of the grapes, and there are notes of aromatic herbs and acid berries, even a touch of blood orange. There are no hints of over-ripeness at all. Seeing how the 2002 has aged and how the 2008 was showing today, I have no doubt this 2014 will live for 15 years. 13,951 bottles produced. Drink 2017-2030. 95 Points. Luis Gutierrez, The Wine Advocate.