Raspberry, Oak, Licorice, Dark fruit
Tapas, Antipasto, Salami
A good benchmark old world Spanish red. It’s the goldilocks of wine since its middle of the road on its oak, fruit, tannins, body and finish. If you don’t like it, you know to avoid most reds from Spain in your future shopping endeavours.
This wine is featured in Episode 11 Does the shape of your wine glass matter? of the No Snob Wine Podcast.
Sour Cherry, Red Plum, Violet
Medium-light body with a dry finish and medium tannins that hit the middle of your tongue (not so much on the gums).
Today I learned that Rioja style is to Spain what Bordeaux style is to France. Tempranillo being the main grape.
overpriced for the quality of the wine.
what else you got on the menu?
ginger ale please
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