This was a surprise from a trade tasting yesterday. Miguel Torres is one of the gods of Spanish wine, so I shouldn’t have been. On the nose, moving toward bouquet, medium intensity, smoke, meaty, cedar, cherries, currants, leather, spice, good earthy component, and some oak too. On the palate, dry, med+ intensity, good fruit earth and wood combination, good tannic structure, balanced wine, with medium alcohol, and a long spicy finish. I am picking some up for my cellar.