“What distinguishes the best Ribera del Duero wines is a mixture of intense concentration and lifted, complex aromatics, and “17 by Pinea” captures that elusive combination beautifully—having tasted so many blocky, super-rich, oak-slathered reds from this appellation, this wine was a refreshing change of pace.”

Ian Cauble

SOMM SELECT

“… this is by far the best Tempranillo I’ve ever experienced”

Marc Sauter

ADVANCE MASTER SOMMELIER CANDIDATE

“Pinea is a world class expression of Tempranillo at its very best!”

HOUSTON IRON SOMM AWARD WINNER

Christian Varas

“…elegant profile with a plush core of fruit…, well-integrated tannins and a long, ripe and well-balanced finish… a very impressive first release… clearly aiming for the very top division in Ribera del Duero.”

A VIEW FROM THE CELLAR’S

John Guilman

“…a concentrated and elegant Ribera del Duero that has a long, polished finish. Drink or hold.”

JAMESSUCKLING.COM

James Suckling

“They say that if Pinot Noir is silk then Tempranillo is more velvet and the texture of this wine reflects this perfectly. The tannins are substantial but very polished and elegant. It’s obvious that there is some classy winemaking involved here but the minerality of the site still persists on the finish.”

 

Advance Master Sommelier, Scott Barber

BEST SOMMELIER WINNER, TEXSOM

“It’s a heavyweight, with chunky blackberry and fig flavors swathed with chocolate notes from aging in 30 months in French oak.  It remains oaky and thick into the finish. Drink through 2032.”

WINE ENTHUSIAST MAGAZINE

Michael Schachner

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