The story: Gran Reservas aren't made every year: in most wineries, only the most stunning vintages receive the extra attention. With three years in oak and three more in bottle before release, the Carlos Serres Gran Reserva was worth the wait.
In your mouth: Dive into my aromas, and tease out notes of spice and leather, earth and stewed cherries. I come alive on your palate with bright plum and bracing pepper. And yet on the finish I linger, bright and dark by turns, a contradiction requiring further contemplation.