Wine Advocate 88 points - The 2006 Gran Reserva shows the effect of a ripe vintage, with notes of prunes and dark plums and as a result of the long aging in oak there are balsamic notes of incense and old furniture. The palate reveals plenty of tannins with the fruit in the background. Drink 2014-2015. (Dec 2013)
Wine Spectator 91 points - This harmonious red is dense and lively, with plum, licorice, smoke and mineral flavors supported by moderate tannins and fresh acidity. Not assertive, but with enough drive to carry it through the floral finish. Drink now through 2018.—T.M. (Jun 19 2013)
We select the best grape and obtain the best wine after a painstaking process, producing long-lasting wines, in which the aromas and taste of ripe fruit mix together with balsamic sensations. Because of the necessary demands of quality in the production of these wines, there are years that are not suitable for obtaining a Gran Reserva. They are aged for a minimum of two years in oak casks and three years in bottles. The casks used at Beronia are manufactured from a mixture of French and American oaks.