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93 Points, Tasting Panel - Produced from vines up to 100 years old in high-altitude, mostly slate soils. Steel-fermented, followed by six
months aging in oak. The nose speaks of cherry, cranberry, and slate, but is quite bright. There's a spiced lushness on the palate, and
a freshness despite the five years in bottle. Juiced cranberries are tart and slightly salty. Roses and savory herbs match with a slate finish.
90 Points, Wine Advocate - The 2012 Vinas Viejas de Paniza is produced with the fruit from their older Garnacha vineyards on slate soils at high altitude, around 800 meters and aged for six months in barrel. The wine is quite dark, ripe and brooding, with tantalizing aromas of wet earth, graphite
and blackberries making for a quite attractive nose that's different to other wines from the region. It reminds me perhaps of a Priorat. The palate is medium to full-bodied, with fine-grained, earthy tannins and good freshness and depth. Quite impressive, and very good value.
Extremely high intensity, displaying dark fruits such as mulberries, blackberries, cinnamon and hints of dry herbs.