The floral 2017 Pegaso Granito is quite different from the Pizarra from the same vintage, with more light and red fruit rather than the slightly darker Pizarra. It's floral and expressive and doesn't show any heat despite having full ripeness. It has grainy tannins, deep flavors and a remarkable finish. I think it transcends the character of the year, delivering balance and elegance at the same time as power. It's fresher than I expected. It's closer to the 2016 than the 2015. 2,800 bottles were filled in July 2018.
Score: 95 points -- Luis Gutierrez, The Wine Advocate, 2020