The 2014 Malabra is now pure Garnacha (in previous vintages it contained some Tempranillo); in 2014, all of the grapes were sourced from different plots in the village of Cuerva, and represent the line they want to follow. They used at least 50% full clusters to ferment in open vats with indigenous yeasts. None of the wines are racked and this was bottled unfiltered after ten months in well-seasoned oak barrels of different sizes. The nose is harmonious, a little shy, with signs of balance and incipient complexity. The palate is very tasty, balanced, focused and with great acidity. I see a completeness in this blend that is missing in some of the single vineyard bottlings. 2,800 bottles were filled in August 2015.