Silver Medal Winner, 274 cases produced
A swirl of the glass reveals an herbaceous, spicy aroma. Bright red and black fruits are soft in the mouth with a smokiness on the finish.
Texas High Plains
18 months American Oak
Classic Texas Tempranillo, starting with dark fruit and ending with the the smokiness.
Food Pairing Notes
Tempranillo is known for smokey, spicy and earthy. Pair this with some amazing Texas BBQ. Perfect with a Brisket Sandwich.
(Feb 20, 2019 at 1:48 PM)
This wine is so beautiful on the nose and the palate. It paired perfectly with a juicy rib-eye!