There’s nice color to this Merlot-Tempranillo blend, and that’s backed by density on the nose along with notes of balsamic vinegar and dark plums. Full and slightly herbal in the mouth, with core acids and tannins that ensure that it stays propped up. Not a factory-style wine; it’s unique and well worth a go at this price. Imported by Grapes of Spain.
Balsamic vinegar, burnt coffee and pepper aromas create a bouquet that’s more like salad dressing than fine wine. The flavors are peppery and herbal, yet the body is full and the mouthfeel not bad. A blend of four grapes, led by Garnacha and Tempranillo. Imported by Grapes of Spain.