The 2017 Tierra de Luna is a new village red produced with Garnacha from San Martín de Valdeiglesias, and the grapes come from three plots at 750 to 840 meters in altitude in the more Mediterranean village of Gredos. The full clusters had a native fermentation that was prolonged to 37 to 54 days (depending on the plot) and matured in oak barrels for 15 months. It has good ripeness, grip and freshness. It's nicely textured and has a sapid, almost salty finish. If the village of Cadalso is more aromatic and Burgundian, this is earthier and a little more Barolo-like, with some tannins that might remind you of certain wines (think texture) from Italy. There is a little more rusticity and power here, and the ripeness of the year is more evident. 1,500 bottles were filled in April 2019.
Score: 91+ points -- Luis Gutiérrez, RobertParker.com, Apr 2020