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.
Grape Varietal: Spain’s Noble Tempranillo grape
Tempranillo has been grown in Spain since the time of Phoenician settlements. In 2015 Tempranillo was the third most widely planted wine grape worldwide.
Country of Origin: Spain
Appellation: Carineana-Northern Spain in the Aragon
Tasting Notes: Full-bodied red with a rich palate and spicy vanilla tones. Showing charming juicy strawberry notes. Smooth and mellow. Rich and intense with reflexes of dark berries and plum.
Food Suggestion: Absolutely delicious on its own, but pairs well with roast lamb. Also a good companion to beef, veal, and poultry.