Another seductive, polished Spaniard, at twice the price. More racy acidity, a little more finesse perhaps, a touch more sophistication? The Campos Luz above is much better value to my mind, and the fun label and price makes it a perfect bistro red.92 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)
A fine if youthful Rioja, naturally Tempranillo dominant. It is deep magenta in colour with a lovely focused nose exhibiting notes of cherries, herbs, raspberries and roast meats. Soft texture and of medium length, this is finely balanced with a slow, gentle fade. Attractive now and for the next three to four years. Worth seeking out.