99 points Luis Gutiérrez (Wine Advocate): "[$290 list) I think the 2018 Les Manyes is more in line with the 2016 than the 2017 is, more elegant, precise, fresh and subtle. This is very young and undeveloped, very primary, a bit shy, and it takes time to take off in the glass to reveal notes of violets and strawberry leaf, elegant and nuanced. The palate is very balanced and elegant—it's a very pretty wine. This is very young and needs air and time in the glass if you open a bottle any time soon. My guess is that this is gong to develop very slowly in bottle, developing complexity and nuance with time. It's a superb vintage for Les Manyes. 3,338 bottles were filled in September 2020. Drink: 2022-2034. (Dec 2020)"
95 points James Suckling: "Intense orange peel and blueberry with white pepper and violet. Crushed stone, too. Medium-bodied with firm, silky tannins and a juicy finish. Some tarry undertones and a peppery finish to the subtle fruit. Drink now. (2/3/22)"
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