Regular readers will know that a winery that employs solely 100% new oak (with 20% American), and selects as far as taking the tips off grape bunches (these are less ripe, usually), is probably not going to be my favourite sort of producer. But wine is complicated. You can’t be dogmatic.
Remirez de Ganuza makes excellent wines. I’ve just written up a visit to this star producer in Spain’s Rioja, and I have to say that the wines were superb, even though they were made in a modern, interventionist style. You can read the article here.
Generally, I believe that working more naturally is a good way to make wines that express their terroirs better. But there are exceptions, and if you are dogmatic then you miss these exceptions.