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Press and Tasting Notes
Plush and harmonious, this red is alluring yet subtle, with intense flavors backed by an impressive structure. Look for black currant, cocoa, cigar box and mineral notes now, and expect further complexity as this evolves. Tempranillo, Mazuelo and Graciano.
The most popular Spanish wine growing region is Rioja. There, like Ribera del Duero, the Tempranillo grape rules. In Rioja, a classification system is used that essentially defines the wines by how much oak and bottle age the wine sees ... Read More »