TEXAS HIGH PLAINS • 2017
An initial perfume of berries and earth is met with a matching array of flavors. Subtle cherry and fig notes are present before melding into earthy, cedar-like qualities. This wine has well-integrated tannin that leads to it being a food-friendly red. Velvet mouthful with a juicy finish. This is a finesse-driven Tempranillo that will leave you reaching for the next glass.
This wine beckons for pairings with rich meats. The heavier the better when Tempranillo is involved: rib eyes, roasts, lamb tacos, and even smoked turkey with a side polenta.