Deep ruby, stewed red fruits, white and black pepper, clove, herbaceous, some vegies. Medium + tannins, high alcohol, full bodied, medium acidity. Medium finish. Very nice. On to an older competitor...
Please read my subsequent notes in the Muga Prado Enea for more context.
@Antonio Galloni any thoughts?
92 points — a month ago
ブラックベリーの香り、酸味が程よく、後に引く味わいがしつこくなく飲みやすい。濃いめのチーズや肉に合いそう🍖透明感は中程度、粘度も中程度。 — 3 days ago
A great and insanely cheap table wine! $5 at Aldi. — 12 days ago
Fresh vanilla bean and dried prune.
The nose is a good Segway to what this wine is, a well done, young Tempranillo. Medium bodied with fresh orchard fruits. Sweet tango apples, blackberry purée, dried oregano, red potato skin. Unique flavors, from an amazing wine house. — 12 days ago
This is an excellent buy to drink all the time —if you can find it. Harvest Vine Special. The meal was memorable. — 13 days ago
Berry raspberry aroma is wonderful. Young tannins, decant and let the wine open up. — 5 days ago
First, this is a real value and solid wine for less than $15, a Tempranillo with about 15% Mazuelo and Granacha. Deep Ruby with lively aromas of red fruits and spicy tobacco. On the palate red plums and fresh cherry flavors with cacao and tobacco notes. Soft fine tannins, medium+ finish ending with fruit and sweet spice. Over 3 million cases produced which may cause some variation among bottles, but the one I tasted was great! — 18 days ago
Balanced and nice blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha, sweet buy just to impress when tasting a juicy red grilled beef sirloin. Some fruity flavors, also from red fruits. It is a very good table wine. — 17 days ago
Barnyard and baking spices upon opening, however after 15 minutes its now chocolate, coffee, spices, and jam. Quite tart, but low tannins and opens up to nice jammy flavor. — 20 days ago