"Quite subtle and reserved with blue-fruit, iodine and white-pepper character. It’s medium-to full-bodied with a tight, reserved palate and ultra fine and light, chewy tannins that go on for minutes. Better in 2022."
97 points - James Suckling
"The 2017 O Diviso is only the fourth vintage from a vineyard in the zone of As Ermitas. They have been recovering and replanting a 1.2-hectare plot with a field blend of Mencía, Garnacha, Mouratón and some Caíño to complete the 2.9 hectares that have been replanted. This fermented with indigenous yeasts in small oak vats followed by one year in oak foudres. It's only 13% alcohol and has soft acidity. For Pablo Eguzkiza, this wine is always different; it has more tension and is subtler, more serious, very long and with finesse, a more refined version of As Caborcas. This is their highest-altitude vineyard and the one they harvest last. The wine has restraint and complexity, the combination of old vines and a long cycle even in an early year like 2017. Production has been slowly growing, and even though 2017 was a low-yielding year, they managed to produce a record 1,170 bottles. It was bottled in June 2019."
96 points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate