Lopez de Heredia is without argument one of the great wineries of the world. They make wines the way they have since the late 1800's and age them for a substantial amount of time before release. And the wine is beautiful. It will age wonderfully for decades (speaking from experience of drinking a 1942 about a decade ago).
"The 1970 Vina Tondonia Gran Reserva has a wonderful bouquet that
transports you directly to the vineyard: scents of gravel, wild
mushroom, cherries and dusty attic. The palate is beautifully balanced
with fine tannins and thrilling, almost rapier-like acidity. There are
notes of decayed red berry fruit, sour lemon, rosemary and sage. The
finish is rustic but so full of energy, with hints of orange peel on the
finish. Wonderful. Drink now-2020+.
" The Wine Advocate 97 points