Spain's Tempranillo grape provides a range of flavors at inviting prices
Posted: March 26, 2004
The Tempranillo grape, which is widely planted in Spain, can produce full-flavored reds. These include the wines from the up-and-coming Ribera del Duero region, in north-central Spain. In the best winemakers' hands, Tempranillo-based reds offer a range of fruit and spice flavors that are matched by good structure and well-integrated tannins.
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