«Le meilleur Solanera jamais produit !»

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  • Country : Spain
  • Region : Murcie
  • Type de culture : Culture conventionnelle
  • Vintage : 2015
  • Alcohol degree : 13
  • Drink or keep : 2018-2025

The Estate

Even better is the 2013 Solanera is a “Vinas Viejas” that differs from the Castano (100% Monastrell), as this blend is 70% Monastrell, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15 % Grenache, aged 10 months in French and American oak. Another difference from the Hecula is that it was aged equal parts in tank and the other half in French oak. The Solanera, which comes from relatively high-altitude limestone soils at 900 meters, has a dense purple color, a big sweet kiss of blueberry and blackberry fruit mixed with crushed chalk, a full-bodied mouthfeel, beautiful purity, density and richness. The oak is well concealed by the lavish fruit–the wine just amazing. Drink it over the next 2-3 years, as these powerhouses are best consumed in their exuberant and extroverted youth.
Robert Parker Jul 2015


Le vin rouge de Yecla est principalement élaboré à base du cépage Mourvèdre, appelé localement Monastrell, qui lui donne de la générosité, un nez intense de fruits noirs mûrs rehaussé de notes fumées pour les vins élevés en fûts de chêne. En bouche, c'est un vin charnu, chaud et puissant.

2015 est un grand millésime pour la région du Yecla.

experts review

Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

92/ 100

The 2015 Solanera used to wear the ultimate Spanglish label, which said "Viñas Viejas of Monastrell" even if it was always a blend (in this vintage, the blend includes 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 15% Garnacha Tintorera). The revamped 2015 has a completely different label that only keeps the "viñas viejas" moniker. In this wine, from the joint venture with U.S. importer Eric Solomon that started in 1999, they used part of full clusters and sourced the grapes from Casa Marta, a nine-hectare, head-pruned, dry-farmed plot on very stony soils in the north of Yecla at the foot of the Mount Arabí. It fermented in concrete vats and open-top barrels and matured in barrique, each variety separately, for some ten months, after which it was blended and bottled. This is the vintage of the big change in this wine, where, as with the majority of its siblings, there is better balance and more integrated oak, more freshness and better balance. The nose is quite captivating, especially after some time in the glass, when it starts developing some floral aromas, perfect ripeness, no warmth or alcohol and a powerful, yet terribly balanced palate with concentration and elegance, fine-grained tannins and clean, focused flavors. This is my favorite Solanera to date. 60,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in July 2017. Luis Gutiérrez 29th Dec 2017

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très moyen, un peu déçu