The new kid on the block here is the 2012 Yotuel Finca Camino Viejo, a Tempranillo from a 30-year-old vineyard in Anguix, one of the first trellised vineyards in Ribera del Duero. The grapes fermented with indigenous yeasts and the wine matured in used French oak barrels for one year. The nose is ripe without excess, with some floral aromas, and a mixture of red and black berries with nicely integrated oak. The palate is quite subtle with fine-grained, chalky tannins and good balance. There is a bit of a contradiction in the nose here with something very ripe and something very floral. In any case, this is an academic wine, as only 328 bottles exist. 91/100.