Villa de Corullón 2016
Villa de Corullón es un vino extrovertido que armoniza alturas, aromas y luces dispares. Delicado, envolvente y elegante, adquiere ahora todo su potencial unos años después de su elaboración. Corullón es una poesía en forma de vino que se extiende por las cuestas empinadas del Bierzo, un paisaje mediterráneo y atlántico que aporta sedosidad, frescura y mineralidad al mismo tiempo.
Viñedo y elaboración
Opinión de los críticos
The village wine 2016 Corullón (which might carry the new category "Vino de Villa" for the 2017 vintage if it's approved by the EU soon enough) was hitting on all cylinders when I tasted it. It had a very clean nose, elegant, insinuating, ethereal, perfumed and subtle, without a trace of excess in any direction. It took time to unfurl its notes of violets, wild herbs and spices. The palate had terrific balance, very refined tannins and subtle, integrated acidity with subdued minerality and a long, dry and almost salty finish. This has to be among the best years for Corullón. There are 20,355 bottles and some larger (and smaller) formats. It was bottled in June 2018. - Luis Gutiérrez.
So expressive on the nose with violets, hibiscus, cloves and cinnamon. A great combination of richness and freshness on the medium-bodied palate, the gentle tannins supporting the long finish beautifully. Barrel sample.
Delicately aromatic; full of flavour and energy, with bright acidity sustaining onto a complex, long-lingering finish. Structured and persuasive, though tannins still need time to soothe. - Sarah Jane Evans.