If you want to discover a taste of Spain, here is a good starting point. The Spanish know how to make value Tempranillo, their native red grape, and this is no exception. Now, it's not what you would call 'fruit-driven', but it is a great food wine due to its earthy, savoury nature. There are some dark cherries and liquorice touches, though, and it is very soft and approachable. It's a bargain quaffer to be enjoyed anywhere.
Deep brick red in colour. The nose is bright and expressive with aromas of red berries, wild strawberries, dried herbs and savoury spice. The palate is fruit driven and medium bodied with ripe ripe berry and varietal cherry-cola fruit flavours framed by savoury spice and soft tannins. An impressively complete and versatile wine suitable for immediate appreciation.