Aha - this red cherry and brick-dust opening is becoming familiar; the Ravera trademark. Then some gorgeous classy, sappy note, some rose perfumes and back to the recurring essence; red things. Lush, saturated red things dominate, with whatever might be underneath, mostly swamped for now. A lot of wine. Palate is expansive, nervy and savoury - in fact quite grippy. The one wine that reminds a lot of 2013. Great potential, not bad now!
David Ridge, Importer
Raspberry, sugared almond, brown spice, chocolate, perfume. Red fruit sweetness, jubey, softer structure, fine dusting of tannin and spicy perfume. Long finish. Clean and very good.
Gary Walsh, The Winefront - 94 Points