92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"Despite what the label of 2019 El Vivero says, it's not pure Garnacha, but that's what's in the register for a plot in a six-year-old vineyard in Finca Casa Balaguer that was planted with old material from Usald6n consisting of Garnacha Peluda, Rojal, Arco, Valenti Negre, Tortosina and even Saperavi from Georgia! The wine fermented in tinaja with 30% full clusters and indigenous yeasts and then matured in those tinajas after being pressed. It's a very interesting Mediterranean blend with primary and herbal aromas, some rusticity and slightly dusty tannins, full of character and personality. It has a medium body and some dusty tannins and finishes dry. As with all the rest, it's clean and balanced and you don't feel any heat. 3,000 bottles were filled unfined, unfiltered and without any added sulfur in February 2020."
Vinous Reverie Notes
Aged in amphorae with zero sulfur added at bottling. You get all of the good things about natural wine in this beauty (tremendous purity and character galore) yet none of the bad (no flaws or rough edges).