Wine Advocate #201 Jun 2012 - Robert Parker - The 2011 Monastrell Vinas Viejas (100% Monastrell ? or Mourvedre ? aged in stainless steel) comes from a vineyard planted at nearly 2,400-foot elevation with non-irrigated old bush/head pruned vines. More herbal and peppery than the less expensive Molino Loco, it is a well-made, deep, spicy, savory, earthy effort with more complexity and personality than its sibling. Consume this unreal value over the next 2-3 years. It reminds me of a well-made French Cotes du Rhone.