For an oak aged red, this wine was particularly light. Light nose, light taste, light finish... just light all around. It drank well day one and was still drinking well after 10 days. There was certainly nothing extraordinary about this wine, but the mellow drinkability and long life swayed me.
I particularly appreciated the details provided on the box:
75% Grenache, 25% Tempranillo
Harvest: Second week of September
Wine Making: Traditional method, maceration with its skins during six days at 24 C. after a deposit-maturing period the wine is aged in american oak casks for three months.
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