Reaching peak drinkability after a couple years in the bottle, this opens with aromas of blueberries and black licorice. The full body heaps on more of the same along with well-integrated tannins that show up without showing off. A steal for a Tempranillo of this quality, this is one to stock up on.
Always a good value in Ribera and cropped from a fresher year, the 2016 Pruno has notes of licorice, dark berries and even some fresher red fruit. It has abundant, fine-grained tannins that require powerful food. 524,330 bottles and 2016 magnums produced.