Associated to the harmonic concept of the music, and for it , the designer has used the great French composer Ravel, (Ravel harmonic revolution) and has took a part of the Ravel sonatine , which gives an aspect of modernity and tradition.
The deep purple colour forshadows deep intense aromas of dark berries, raspberry jam and violets followed by flavours of blackberries, blueberries. The wine is in perfect balance, with slight acidity that give the necessary freshness so significant for a wine with high alcoholic grading. Its finish and aftertaste is extremely long and pleasant. Serve at 16 18 C
Will go especially well with red meats, poultry, stews and cheeses.
The 2006 Cuvee Harmonie proved to be one of the premier sleepers of my Spanish tastings, coming from an unheralded importer and an obscure region. It is a unique blend of 90% Petit Verdot and 10% Tannat aged in French oak for 10 months. Purple/black in color, it offers up a superb aromatic array of wood smoke, leather, underbrush, violets, black raspberry, and blackberry liqueur. Powerful on the palate, this layered effort is dense, full-bodied, rich, and succulent. It hides enough ripe tannin to evolve for 2-3 years and the lengthy, fruit-filled finish suggests that it will be at its best from 2011 to 2020. It is a testament to the merits of ripe Petit Verdot grown in the right terroir. - Robert Parker (90 Points)