Wine Advocate:92 points
I tasted the 2017 Ignios Orígenes Marmajuelo just before and after bottling. It comes from an extremely warm year that, funnily enough, resulted in fresher wines, as the accelerated ripeness and the early harvest didn't allow for the acidity levels to drop. It definitely feels fresher and less advanced than the 2016 I tasted next to it. It's also more restrained: it's aromatic but didn't have the syrup notes I detected in the 2016. It kept its poise and harmony nicely. The palate is more austere than I expected, with a dry finish and a fine-grained texture. 1,400 bottles produced.