''The nose is reminiscent of a young, earthy, brambly Gevrey Chambertin, showing raisined sweet cranberry, wet grey slate minerality, and a lifted sappy, sweet spice complexity. The palate is sleek, saline and supremely elegant, with subtle hints of crunchy blackberry and cassis berry, but is at no point raw or angular in its youth. Beautifully textured and elegant, showing the magnificence of both the volcanic terroir and the expression of these indigenous varietals on this coastal peninsula. There are hints of liquorice, black berry, red cherry and sour plum on the long, saline finish that shows so much promise. This tantalising wine is another superbly accessible, balanced, mouth watering edition of the Táganan Tinto.'' 94 Points, Greg Sherwood
''From black basalt soils near the coast. Mainly Listan Negro and Neramore. Supple, juicy, fine and expressive with nice cherries, plums and spice. Lighter and more elegant with great definition. '' 93 Points, Jamie Goode, The Wine Anorak
''From a cooler and subtler vintage, the vineyards are old, on red, basalt and sandy soils planted with mixed varieties, This is only 12.2% alcohol, a subtle red matured in neutral, well-seasoned oak barrels for 11 months. The quality is mind boggling for the price asked.'' 93 Points, Luiz Gutierrez, Wine Advocate Magazine
Incredibly elegant; with food-friendly red berry acidity and distinctive volcanic, mineral crunch that comes through in perfect balance with the succulence of the gentle fruit to make a wine that whispers its flavours.