The savory, almost salty 2015 Preludio de Sei Solo was cropped from a warm year, and some of the grapes, especially the ones from Gumiel, were quite ripe, and the final blend reached 15% alcohol. It fermented with indigenous yeasts, mostly in oak vats and with part of the volume in stainless steel, and it matured in 228- and 600-liter oak barrels. It has a meaty nose, with ripe fruit and integrated oak. Even though the wine feels surprisingly fresh and balanced, it’s full-bodied and with abundant tannins, power and finesse. 15,000 bottles were filled in June 2017.