This tempranillo has a bright cherry and a subtle spicy aroma. The flavor palate is similar to a Cabernet Sauvignon, with a little less body and nice cherry flavor up front. The tannins create a nice spice and is surprisingly refreshing with little linger.
Wine lovers can expect to enjoy pairing the tempranillo with your typical red meat dish. I would recommend being more specific with the red meat and go for a cut of meat that has more fat like a filet mignon or even a t-bone.
Tempranillo, The Good
It’s a surprisingly refreshing red wine. Even with spice and cherry flavors it cleans off well and lets you enjoy other flavors which is great for pairing with other foods.
Tempranillo, The Bad
If you’re looking for a real robust and full bodied red, this won’t be your thing.
Cherry and vanilla flavors mingle with leafy and spicy details in this round red. Orange peel acidity, cedar and tobacco notes give this a traditional accent. Drink now through 2025. – Wine Spectator