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The Seven Fuentes bottling from Suertes del Marqués is comprised of a blend of ninety percent Listán Negro and ten percent Castellana Negra. All of the vineyards are pruned in the traditional manner of “braiding” them and letting them grow along the ground. The wine is fermented with indigenous yeasts in cement vats and aged in the same. The 2018 version offers up a young and peppery nose of bitter cherry, peppercorn, tree bark, a nice array of botanical herb tones, volcanic soil and a topnote of distant bonfire. On the palate the wine is young, bright and full, with a good core, fine soil signature, moderate tannins and a long, tangy and tightly-knit finish. This could do with some bottle age to relax structurally and let the herb tones take on a secondary role in its personality, but it is approachable now if given a good thirty minute decant prior to serving. - Importer Notes/Press

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