Wine Advocate 91 points - The most classical of all is without a doubt the 2008 Gran Reserva, with plenty of balsamic aromas, cigar box, leather, tea leaves, brick dust, cured meat and an organic, earthy touch. The palate is ripe and the tannins are fully resolved, with good acidity that make it very drinkable and food-oriented. 200,000 bottles. (Apr 2015)
Baron de Ley Rioja Gran Reserva defines the beauty and quality of traditionally styled Rioja. This is a true classic showing finesse combined with power and built to stand the test of time.