Pagos de Matanegra
2010 was a fabulous vintage. This wine is bright crimson. It smells good, this wine! Besides the notes of red fruits, you will detect some spices, a dash of rosemary and a hint of fine cigar! The tannins are well integrated and it goes down like silk! The acids, fruit and tannins are well balanced her. When I tasted it, I had visions of backyard barbeques, hamburgers and pizza. If you make lamb burgers and serve top it with some nice feta and serve this wine, I warn you that your guests won’t leave. Good thing about this tempranillo is that it will go well with split pea soup topped with bacon. So yes, get this wine, drink it now or drink it in Winter. This will keep in your cellar for a good 8-9 years and evolve well. But honestly, you wouldn’t have the patience.
Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate : 91 POINTS; Drink now-2019!