The Signo has a light ruby colour, typical of Grenache. It’s medium bodied with mixed red berry fruit flavours and light tannins that is easy to drink. This is a fairly simple red with a medium finish and delightful spices in the end.
Perfect slightly chilled with a variety of Spanish meats.
92 Points – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate:
The 2010 Signo Bobal is actually blended with 8% Syrah with some Cordon de Royat vines planted back in 1939. It is raised in the same manner as the Salia (Malolactic is made in barrel and the wine is matured in 85% French and 15% American used 300-liter barrels). It has a gorgeous bouquet of dark cherries, boysenberry and briary that is very well-defined and expands with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with firm tannins. It is a tightly controlled, focused Bobal with good backbone and a clean, fresh, almost broody finish that is very appealing. Excellent. Drink now-2017.
91 Points – Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar:
Bright ruby. Wild, assertive aromas of dark berries, new leather and smoky minerals. Sweet red and dark berry flavors show impressive power and clarity and pick up spiciness with aeration. Closes sappy and long, with slowly building tannins and a touch of candied flowers.