Vineyard: Vino de la Tierra de Castilla
Name: Rio Rojo Tempranillo
Category: Red Wines
This youthful Spanish Tempranillo has been aged in oak for 6 months before bottle. Oak barrel ageing gave the wine a medium body, and an essence of wood.
The wine colour was a young pinkish red, no particular fragrant at the first sniff, the wine tasted fresh and very dry, and a slight bitterness in the tail.
This is probably one of the cheapest Spanish Tempranillo that taste half decent, I won't recommend it to be drunk alone, but it will be well suited to pasta and white meat.
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