El Nido has always been scoring top scores between 95 and 99 Parker points. The famous oenologist Chris Ringland has already created 11 wines that scored 100-point wines in Australia and therefore knows exactly how he can combine the finesse and elegance of Cabernet Sauvignon with the unrestrained power and concentration of the ancient Spanish Monastrell grape. This great wine spends 24 months in French and American oak barrels, giving it a very typical complexity. Who wants to put this rarity in his cellar, should quickly access.
The El Nido wraps itself in a deep, almost opaque purple with a black core. In the fragrance, the cuvée reveals explosively with a seductive aroma carpet of blueberries, boysenberries, fine seasoning, pipe tobacco, licorice and vanilla pod. On the palate, the wine is lush and complex, juicy and firm, with a tremendous complexity and great development potential for the next few years, to further refine its exceptional richness in flavors and complexity.