In 2013 the Nagual Del Marzo is a blend of 55% Sangiovese, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Barbera. The fruit comes from the Marzo Block, which is located right on Oak Creek at 3500 feet elevation. It open to inviting aromas of red cherries and exotic spices woven together with violets, tobacco, iron, and hints of graphite all taking shape in the glass. On the palate this is medium-bodied, with a lovely round texture, along with excellent depth and concentration. Well-structured and refined, with delicious flavors of red berries, violets, crushed rock and, cherries linger on the long dry finish. This will most likely show its best stuff after some additional bottle and should continue to become even more comeplling over the course of the next decade.