Tempranillo is the grape most wine-focused Southern Oregonians are excited about. It is well- suited to the short, hot growing season here and no other
Take a small annual production of around 500 cases, add quality fruit from very old vines, and a high Parker score upon initial release and
Bursting with fleshy dark fruit, dried fig and smoke, with toasty oak on the nose. In the mouth it’s full bodied and juicy up front
I wrote recently about the changing style of Rioja wine. With the use of more French oak and used barrels, some Rioja wines are becoming
A “natural” wine for around $10 found at the supermarket? I was skeptical but I quite like this wine for the price. There is no
I love the nose on this. The characteristic Tempranillo leather topped by vanilla and cinnamon notes push cherry to the background. Complex with good intensity.