Background: Spain has a long history of producing fine wines. Spain has the largest area of land dedicated to the viniculture of any country in the world. Spain has a similar classification system to France and Italy, with all classified wine regions regulated under the Denominacion de Origen (DO) system.
Grape Varietal: Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes
Quality: Reserva D.O.
Reserva is a minimum of three years old and at least one year in cask oak
Country of Origin: Spain
Appellation: Carinena—Northern Spain-in the Aragon
Tasting Notes: An elegant wine with rich fruit aromas combined with the complexity that comes from traditional barrel aging. Well structured and powerful. Very fruity with a nice bit of zing. Delicate and well balanced on the palate this wine has a long and pleasant finish.
Food Suggestion: The ultimate lamb wine. Also enjoy with beef, pasta, veal, and poultry.