2010 Pielago

Daniel Gomez Jimenez-Landi

89Average Score
flag Spain

The 2010 Pielago comes from biodynamic vineyards planted on granitic soils around the village of El Real de San Vicente. The fruit trodden by foot. The nose is well defined and clean, but sullen, with earthy, mulberry, wood resin-like aromas. The palate has a rather tough carapace, rendering it foursquare, a hypothetical “Medocian Grenache.” The finish is a little attenuated and needs to lighten up. This wine is too earnest for its own good, but maybe that will come out with bottle age? Drink 2014-2018. Oct 2012, www.robertparker.com

Neal Martin    Score: 89/100

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