Delicioso de principio a fin, Cuesta de las Liebres es un vino premium que solo se produce en las mejores añadas. Sabroso, potente, equilibrado y muy persistente. Es una categoría en sí mismo que destaca por su elegancia y su final: largo y redondo al mismo tiempo. La añada 2015 es fruto de una cosecha atípica de extraordinaria calidad.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
This has a very rich and assertive feel with ripe dark plum sand red cherries, leading to a flavorful palate that carries plenty of deeply fleshy fruit flavor. Impressive wine with good depth and fullness. Drink or hold.
I always have a slight preference for stablemate El Anejón and its limestone soils, but Cuesta de las Liebres is an impressive wine too. This shows the heat of the vintage, although the high percentage of clay in the soils certainly helped to mitigate its effect. Made with 100% Tinto Fino aged in 50% new French oak for 24 months, it's a rich, heady, sumptuous style with mulberry, fig and woodsmoke notes and a lift of volatility. 2023-32
The pure Tinto Fino vineyard-designate 2015 Cuesta de Las Liebres is very ripe, concentrated, dark and powerful in a generous and voluptuous style with plenty of oak. The wine has 15.5% alcohol and comes through as heady and rich. It's dense and powerful, full-bodied, lactic and creamy, with plenty of oak-related flavors, abundant tannins and a bitter twist in the finish. It's a style that I find difficult to finish a bottle. 8,000 bottles were filled in May 2018. Starting in 2014, they lowered the amount of new oak, which used to be 200% new...