94 JAMES SUCKLING: "This is a fragrant and gritty Pingus with a ton of tannins which give it a lot of depth and length. This wine deserves some patience. It needs two or three years more of bottle age to be at its best, but should keep for some years following."
It has a purplish body and aromatic tones of red berries, vanilla and herbs in the nose. The Veïnat displays creamy textures that melt in the mouth with a passage of fruity notes and flavoursome tannins and has a pleasant, persistent finish.
Intense Ribera del Duero, Entrelobos maintains a bright color reflection of wild fruit harvested in small terraces of the area of La Horra, in the region of Burgos. A fruity delight expressing power and meatiness of the Tinto Fino grape.