Luis Gutierréz the critic Robert Parker writes:
"The year 2019 was marked by torrential rains in the second half of the harvest. And when I say torrential, it is not an exaggeration, because 300 litres came in three days! The white grapes for the 2019 Cullerot were harvested earlier. They are working with five different local varieties from seven different growers who own a total of 15 hectares. The 2019 is made up of 30% Pedro Ximénez, 30% Macabeo, 10% Malvasía, 10% Tortosina, 10% Verdil, 5% Merseguera and 5% Chardonnay. The wine has 12.5% alcohol and a good freshness. It first fermented in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts and was then aged in tinaja, where it matured for six months. This wine has developed very well since the first, almost accidental vintage in 2009. It is now serious and harmonious, subtle and elegant, with finesse and balance. Macabeo and Merseguera grapes from some new vineyards have been added, and there is also more Pedro Ximénez, all austere and not very aromatic grapes, with hints of fennel and aniseed, but more austere than anything else. It's juicy and fresh and makes your mouth water. It shows that you don't need oak to make a complex white wine. It's almost as good as the 2018, when they were still talking about the vintage of the century! 50,000 bottles were produced. It was bottled in February 2020. They are experimenting with Assyrtiko grapes right now. Stay tuned...".