I know the 2018 La Bruja de Rozas pretty well, not only because I have tasted it repeatedly before but also because it's a wine that I always buy, and I've gone through a case of this excellent 2018 already. But I wanted to put it in context of the rest of 2018s and the 2019 that was also bottled at the time of this tasting in November 2020. Time in bottle has also done it good: there is more finesse, the herbal notes have been polished, and the light comes through more clearly. The palate is more austere, more serious, think cold stones, sharp and narrow. This is getting more serious. This is the finest vintage for this cuvée to date and an excellent value. A wine to buy by the case... if it's still available! 53,478 bottles produced. It was bottled in August 2019.