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Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate 92pts:
First of all, it is a showcase for the indigenous Bobal grape that was planted in 1939. The addition of Syrah seems to flesh out the wine, resulting in a dense purple-colored 2011 offering notes of blueberries, blackberries, graphite and white flowers. Exhibiting a seamless integration of acidity, wood, tannin and alcohol, this beauty represents fabulous value at $23 a bottle. It should evolve for up to a decade.
Bright violet color. Wild, expansive aromas of dark berries, cherry pit, potpourri and smoked meat, with a floral nuance emerging with aeration. Smooth and seamless on the palate, offering smoky cherry and cassis flavors lifted by a hint of cracked pepper. Fine-grained tannins give grip to the penetrating finish, which clings with very good tenacity and focus. (Antonio Galloni)
Vinous 92pts: From a top-notch vintage, the 2014 Camins del Priorat is deep in dark fruit character, with exotic floral and spice accents and seamless texture. This is a delicious...
From the importer: Pale pink. Lively red berry and orange zest scents are complemented by fresh floral and white pepper flourishes. Juicy and precise, offering bitter red currant and tangerine...
From the importer: Fresh, dry and delicious, making the case for bigger is better (at least in terms of volume). Bright aromatics of red cherries and raspberries give way to...