"A dark and fruity wine with lots of blue fruit and graphite character. Lead pencil. Medium to full body. Firm tannins. A beauty. 50/50 garnacha and cariñena. Drinkable now, but will age beautifully."
94 points - James Suckling
"In 2017, it's still fruit from Torroja, but in the future there will be grapes from other villages. There are strong notes of licorice, red berries and Mediterranean herbs, and it's aromatic, expressive, open, clean and, frankly, very attractive. Like many 2017s, it doesn't show any heat or excess ripeness. The oak foudres are getting older every year and lend less and less aromas and flavors, and the wines feel purer and purer. This is a super elegant blend of Garnacha and Cariñena that's really balanced and has symmetry, definition and delineation, as chiseled and precise as if laser cut. There's even some austerity on the palate, something I didn't expect from a richer vintage."
93 points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate