It's great when wineries can offer mature vintages, as is the case with the 2009 El Pedrosal Reserva, a wine that has rested in bottle since January 2012 and has had time to develop a complex bouquet and polish and resolve its tannins. The nose is reminiscent of truffles and autumn forest, not unlike some mature old Burgundy, with hints of iodine and soy sauce, savory and quite complex. This has aged really well (their wines usually do), and it's ready for prime-time drinking, but there should be no rush. It was filled into 12,000 bottles after 24 months in barrique.
95 points, Luis Gutiérrez, Wine Advocate (Issue # 246 - Dec 2019)