"The 2009 Cuesta Las Liebres is a blend of Tinto Fino (97%), Cabernet Sauvignon (2%) and Merlot (1%) from a high-altitude, sloped single-vineyard on very chalky soil that names the wine. It-s the first wine from Carraovejas that feels very oaky and whose tannins are chunky - perhaps the result of being aged for two years in barrel. While it has great fruit, acidity, power and clout, it is the only wine where the oak is clearly above the wine. In the context of the wines produced at the winery, this is the only question mark. Wait. Drink 2016-2022. - Luis Gutierrez"
- Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate (Issue #214, August 2014), 92 pts