As with the Las Quebradas, I also had two vintages to taste of the other single-vineyard Monastrell, the 2017 Estrecho, from vines planted on sandy soils and fermented with indigenous yeasts. It matured in French oak barrels and foudre for 15 months. This is subtler and more elegant than the 2016 I tasted next to it. The wine has character, the chalky texture of the limestone soils and some austerity within the generous Mediterranean style of the year, which has resulted in fresher and more precise wines. Drink date: 2019-2026. Score - 95. (Luis Gutiérrez, robertparker.com, April 30, 2019)
Enrique Mendoza Estrecho Monastrell 2017
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