"The entry-level here is the 2018 Pruno, which follows the line of the 2016. It's mostly Tempranillo with 9% Cabernet Sauvignon fermented for three weeks and matured in French barrels for 11 months. It's clean and quite fruit-driven, approachable and juicy, with integrated oak. Very pleasant, with very good freshness. There were 545,000 bottles, 2,000 magnums and 100 double magnums produced and bottled in four different lots. I tasted a bottle from the first lot."