|90||Wine Review Online||Among the best values I’ve tasted this year in the broad category of fresh white wines, this is impressively delicious regardless of price considerations. Ripe in flavor and rounded in feel, it features stone fruit flavors with an undertone of mandarin orange, and finishes with mineral notes that lend interest and complexity to the finish. Like all other releases from this winery that I’ve tasted lately, there’s not the barest hint of sulfur showing in this wine — just pure fruit, deftly wrought.
Michael Franz - April 6, 2021
|89||View from the Cellar||The 2020 Verdejo from Sotomonte just arrived in the US a few weeks prior to my deadline for this article. The wine is very pretty, offering up a vibrant nose of tart orange, fresh apricot, a hint of guava, salty soil tones and a topnote of dried flowers. On the palate the wine is bright, full-bodied and juicy, with a good core, zesty acids and good length and grip on the bouncy finish. This is lovely and really deserves a natural cork as its closure! 2021-2024.
John Gilman - Issue #91 / February 2021
|89||Vinous Media||Vivid straw. Lemon pith, pear skin and a hint of fennel on the nose and in the mouth. Supple and broad, showing no rough edges and a hint of tangerine on the supple, clinging finish, which
echoes the fennel note. 2021-2023.
Josh Raynolds – July 6, 2021 Central Spain Additions