The well-oaked 2014 3 Viñas Reserva still shows plenty of aromas from its élevage in barrel. It's a blend of 70% Viura with 15% each Malvasía Riojana and Garnacha Blanca from old vines in the Najerilla Valley. It fermented separately in stainless steel and was blended and aged for one year in new American oak barrels. The American oak gives it a certain profile, with sweet spices, vanilla and coconut that is not for all palates. The wine is fresh with moderate alcohol and good acidity. It should develop nicely in bottle. 15,000 bottles were filled in June 2016.