Hi there! Recently I tasted the Priorat Font de la Figuera 2001, and I did not enjoy it as expected (but of course drinkable). You can see my tasting notes in http://www.verema.com/en/tastingnotes/wine.asp?wine=5637 The point is that I found that the magazine ’Wine Spectator’ is scoring it with 91... However, the Spanish guide ’Guia de Vinos Gourmets’ is scoring it with 6.5/10 (i.e. 83/100) almost the same impression I had. I do think both wine guides are quite serious and I wonder why there is such a mismatching between them. More interesting to me would be if somebody can share his/her opinions about this wine here. Also, it is quite surprising why I agree with the Spanish guide... does anybody from US agree with WS? Thanks in advance...
Elaborado con 95% Tempranillo y 5% Graciano, es un vino muy expresivo y complejo con 26 meses de crianza en barricas de roble americano. Primera añada que lanza esta histórica bodega riojana.