This is a screaming value. Served to a group of friends, everyone loved it. It retails for around $25, but can often be found for less. The grapes are from 100 plus year old vines at 2300 meters in altitude. It sees no oak. Inky purple in color. The nose has black cherries, black raspberries, and slight fig notes. On the palate, this has soft tannins. The wine has so much energy. Very fresh and bright. Concentrated fruits of plums and black cherries over a gravel quality that is both interesting and delicious. Good acidity. Nice finish. This will match a wide variety of foods. As it ages, it will evolve and this probably cellars well for ten years though it may lose some of its freshness, so make sure you drink some young.