The 2020 Moscofilero (in the Skouras transliteration) comes in with three grams of residual sugar, 6.1 grams of total acidity and 12.2% alcohol. This is sourced from vines at 650 meters in altitude. A very different wine than the 2019 Salto this issue, this is not as zesty, but it is better balanced, fruitier and more flavorful. The Salto dances around and flaunts its acidity. This is riper and richer, relatively speaking—it's still Moscofilero. It's still fresh and on the lighter side. The fruit here more easily counters the acidity, though, making it more of a middle-of-the-road wine than the Salto. It tastes great, and the aromatics are lovely. This is a vintage everyone can like. Which wine you prefer is a matter of taste or how you intend to use them. I personally liked the Salto better, but reasonable minds might differ.
Score: 90 points -- Mark Squires, The Wine Advocate, 2021