92pts Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The red 2017 Viñas de Gaín was marked by the frost of the 28th of April, when they lost 20% to 25% of the crop, but as I've seen in other wineries, the wines are much better than expected, especially when it comes to freshness, given the low yields and very early harvest. This fermented in oak vats and matured in oak barrels for eight months. It's fresh and tender, with ripeness but without excess, quite fruit-driven. It has a velvety texture and good quality tannins. An approachable Viñas de Gaín.
91pts James Suckling
An attractive white with lemon-curd, lime and cooked-apple aromas and flavors. Full body, round tannins and a flavorful finish. Lots of fruit and tension from the tannins and acidity. From organically grown grapes. Drink now.
Wine made from selected vineyards and aged in oak barrels undergoing traditional aging techniques.