Wine Advocate-Rioja, Spain - ""...a modern Crianza with integrated oak lending it some spice and smoky undertones. The palate is medium-bodied with ne-grained tannins and good balance. It's very drinkable and has enough complexity and depth.""
Tempranillo is the great red grape of Spain, producing a variety of wine styles in regions around the country. Tempranillo wine typically features medium acidity, medium tannins and dark red color. Young, unoaked versions will be pleasantly fruity, with flavors of red fruits and jam. More complex versions, aged in oak – often American oak – will have vanilla, toast and meaty notes.