(2010 Vintage) This 100% Tempranillo is opaque purple in color and offers up a bouquet of candied fruit, espresso, creamy spices, incense, and assorted black fruits. It is structured on the palate with layers of concentrated fruit and sweet tannins.
Had in ATL. Smell is great, as is taste. Even after 4 days and different states. Purchased bottle at restaurant $42 + tax. Glass was $11 i think. Spanish tapas place: the iberian pig.
Nice drinking Tempranillo-black fruit driven- earthy notes-little tannic in the middle- but drinks well w a little sause- spaghetti, or a bit of oil
Decatur GA in tapas place. Great smell and taste. $9/glass, $35 bottle, from chili.