(From 2010 Vintage) Deep red in color. Aromatic with molasses, cedar, and herbaceous notes on the nose. More molasses and cedar as well as blackberry and cherry cola come through on the palate. Medium to full-bodied with lively acidity, medium to high tannins, and a long finish.
Medium red violet; aromas of vanilla, sweet spice and red cherries; dry, medium bodied, with cherry fruit flavours and cedarwood notes; a well balanced structure.
very light; table wine. pairs well with chicken teriyaki. Spaniards drink this as a starter wine early in the day.
pretty good. smooth with a hint of wood taste. not too complex but still good
cherries plums vanilla best with rice pasta grilled meat
best tempranillo i've had in awhile
Not a bad wine but a poor Rioja