It was 35 years ago this September when the three Pérez Pascuas brothers, Benjamín, Manuel and Adolfo, decided to embark on an ambitious project: to make one of the best wines in Spain. The brothers were fortunate to already have 60-year-old Tempranillo vines that had been planted by their father Mauro Pérez. Today the third generation of Pérez Pascuas brothers are involved in this well established family business.
92+ points Robert Parker.
“Accounting for half of the total production of the winery with some 200,000 bottles, the 2016 Viña Pedrosa Crianza shows the perfect vintage, like when they harvested perfect grapes in the harvest dates of yesteryear. This has a classical profile, with spice and smoke from the barrel nicely integrated with the fruit, with no excess. A Crianza like the ones that made the appellation famous. Elegant, balanced and powerful but harmonious. It was bottled in May 2018. Again, among the best vintages for this bottling.”