A selection of 74% Tempranillo, 10% Garnacha, 8% Graciano & 8% Monastrell that spent a solid 24 months (2 full years!) gestating in woody cocoons made of new & used French & American oak. To be somewhat grossly specific, once poured into a glass the color & body of the wine remind me of those pint bags full of blood I've seen at hospitals - perhaps (but not likely) an indication of the wine's potential for bodily nourishment. The nose is a densely woven mat of fallen pine needles, woodsy spice & juiced pomegranate. With a light descent into your oral airspace, it touches down on your tongue-y tarmac with a savory/juicy/tannic harmony that is intense & engaging without burden. Àguileòn is a loyal hunting companion - working well at the table with most any wild beast commonly harvested from land or air & dealt with simply & thoughtfully.