Las Pizarras is a deep cherry-red color with a bright rim. The nose is very floral (particularly violets and orange blossom), spiced and grassy. On the palate there's a good taste of ripe cherry. This wine is full-bodied with balanced tannins and a nice aftertaste.
The unoaked 2009 Las Pizarras del Jalon is sourced from 70- to 100-year-old Grenache vines. Deep purple in color, it offers up an enticing nose of Asian spices, incense, lavender, mineral, and black cherry fruit leading to a wine with outstanding depth and concentration. Impeccably balanced and lengthy, this pure effort justifies the decision to eschew the use of oak.
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