The name, Las Hormigas, translates to ‘the ants’ since the vineyards are covered with critters that eat everything except the vines themselves. The protected fruit results in a wine oozing with mouth-filling black cherry, plums, licorice and soft leather. It’s dry with medium tannins and a lush, earthy finish.
3.5 stars out of 5
Sweetness=1 out of 10 (dry to sweet)