The Abadal Arboset, Abadal 3.9 Vi de Finca and the Abadal Cinc have obtained 92 punts, followed by the Abadal Picapoll and the Abadal Mandó both with 91 points.
Regarding the Abadal Arboset 2019 he highlights “Fine, tangy nose with fresh raspberries, pomegranate and Mediterranean herbs. Silky, polished and acid-driven on the palate with super fresh high acidity, soft tannins and a pure, berry-expressive finish”.
Regarding the Abadal 3.9 Vi de Finca 2019 he highlights “Dark tobacco leaves, spiced herbs and olives to the blackcurrants, chilli chocolate and blackberries. Tight and juicy on the medium- to full-bodied palate with plenty of firm, dusty tannins and a long, attractive finish”.
In the Abadal Cinc 2019, he stresses “the spiced plums and fresh olives with some cassis and tobacco leaves on the nose. Succulent and bright on the medium-bodied palate, showing tart red berries and tight tannins. Crunchy, fine-grained and pretty long”.
With internationally recognised prestige, James Suckling has over 4 decades experience as a journalist and wine critic. Until 2010, he was chief editor of Wine Spectator. After that, he focused on his own Project, jamessuckling.com, which is currently integrated by a team of 22 people from around the world and with its headquarters in Hong Kong.