$231.00 per bottle | $2772.00 case of 6
94 Robert Parker Wine Advocate Score
El Reventón in the village of Cebreros (Ávila) is really two plots just a few meters apart, but with different exposition, altitude and soils that make up one hectare of vines.
But the 2017 El Reventón is a single cuvée of the grapes from both plots, as they had hail and used all the grapes that could be saved. The vinification follows the same modus operandi as with the rest of the wines—manual selection of every bunch, discarding all the single grapes that are not perfect, then fermentation with the stems and a long maceration in oak vats, of course with indigenous yeasts. The élevage was in used oak barrels and lasted for a year.
The wine has good ripeness, more power than wines like Las Iruelas and more fruit and a rounder palate, but it's a more delicate vintage than other years.