The 2010 Vega Moragona La Duna was the maiden vintage and was aged in 33% new oak. That comes through on the more oaky aromatics, which are not as refined as the succeeding vintage. The palate is full-bodied with lavish, ebullient, ripe small cherries interlaced with cedar and a touch of spice, the finish demonstrating good weight and structure. There is a slight sense of wanting to impress in its first vintage, but you cannot deny that it packs in a lot of classy, pure fruit for the price.
Score: 91 points -- Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate, 2013