94/100 Punkte Robert Parker Apr 2019 The red Callet 2017 Sòtil, which means roof in Mallorquin, wants to show lightness and freshness, a more ethereal wine, if you want the opposite of their Tripsol. The grapes are selected from vines in Felanitx on red soils and part from the 67-year-old d#Es Pou de Sa Carrera vineyard in Porreres. 2017 was an unusually warm and early harvest (they started on the 9th of August, their earliest ever). The mostly destemmed and uncrushed grapes with 10% full clusters fermented in open-top 500-liter oak barrels and had a 20-day maceration. The wine matured in a combination of barriques, amphorae and stainless steel tanks. The wine has moderate alcohol (12%), a pale bright ruby color and an intoxicating nose of flowers and herbs#violets, lilies, rockrose, thyme and all things Mediterranean. There is something wild and authentic about it. The palate is superb; it has great finesse with filigree and is nicely textured with very fine tannins, great purity
92/100 Punkte Robert Parker April 2019 The 2017 Trispol is from a much warmer and earlier harvest, and despite that, the wine feels fresher and has better integrated oak. It's quite pure and clean, with bright berry aromas, elegant and balanced. The palate is harmonious and has very tasty flavors, fine tannins and an almost salty finish. This is more elegant and more refined than the 2016 I tasted next to it. It feels more precise and vertical: they extracted less and did a softer vinification. This is still young and won't be released until the summer of 2019.