Wine Advocate-Parker : I tasted two vintages of their eponymous Tempranillo, starting with the 2015 Emilio Moro, from a warm and early-ripening vintage. This bottling was introduced in 1998, as they stopped bottling the Crianza and Reserva under the name. It matured in French and American oak barrels for 12 months. This 2015 is riper, with notes of prunes and great concentration, heady, juicy and chewy. It's a hedonistic Tempranillo with moderate acidity. 700,000 bottles produced. It was bottled starting with March 2017 with weekly batches.