The 2012 Moncerbal is the stonier, more extreme vineyard that in 2012 somehow feels a little riper. It has aromas of plums and red cherries, a soil, organic touch, no traces of oak - as is the case with all the wines here. The oak is perfectly integrated. The palate is medium-bodied, there is more depth than Corullón but this Moncerbal is also more austere and closed, slightly more tannic, perhaps the ripest of the 2012s together with la Faraona. I would wait on this one. Around 1,800 bottles were produced.
Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate Score: 96/100
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