Grown in the Iberian Peninsula since 1100 B.C.

by admin
November 12, 2018
Categories: Vineyards & Grapes

“Grown in the Iberian Peninsula since 1100 B.C., Tempranillo is not only the backbone to Spain’s many notable red wines, but one of the country’s most famous grapes. Its name comes from the Spanish word temprano meaning early, which is fitting because this grape often ripens before others. Typically medium-to-full in body and structured by firm tannins, these bottles can often age well. With flavors that can range from fruity to savory and herbal, there’s a Tempranillo for all wine lovers.” 

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