(2017) From 60-year-old vines in the sandy soils of a Toro hillside, there is a floral/violet elegant edge to this, a brightness to the otherwise quite deep blackberry fruit. Chocolate and spice notes from barrel are evident. Nicely sweet and plump on the palate, the fruit is juicy, supple, with a soft tannin background and more of that spice and creamy oak adding breadth, gentle acidity making this very easy to drink despite the heft of 15% alcohol.