2016 Ebro Spanish Tempranillo

Even though the Rio Oja is one of Spain’s best-known rivers, its most important is actually the powerful Ebro, which helped to carve out vineyards that have been producing grapes for two centuries. This buoyant Tempranillo is a classic example of what Spain has to offer, characterized by flavors of juicy cherry and plum, along with accents of citrus and licorice. It’s a delight on its own, but will shine even brighter with Spanish fare like paprika-spiced smoked pork.

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Citrus Peel


red fruit


Rioja, Spain



Pork Dishes

Did You Know?

The Zinfandel grape, made famous in California, is actually native to Croatia, where it's called Crljenak Kaštelanski.