Luis Gutierrez, the head of Spanish wines for Robert Parker has published his article about Central and Mediterranean Spain and our friends from Can Leandro are there with their wines. Luis mentioned Can Leandro in his report and they got some nice points:

"...Not that far from Cambra and Fil.loxera came one of the unexpected positive surprises, a new name in the region! Can Leandro was started in 2013 in the zone of Ontinyent, where they were known in the past (from 1951) for their bulk wines. The third generation decided to recover and plant local varieties; they have 35 hectares of vineyards—all 43 to 76 years old—plus 2.5 hectares of young vines and plan to plant a further 15. They are in the process of getting the vineyards certified organic. I think there's very good potential here, and some wines are very good already. They have one of the few pure Bonicaires I know. Current production is 40,000 bottles."