This Spanish blend of Tempranillo and Grenache exhibits the seductive interplay of these two grapes. American and Hungarian Oak aging adds bold, smoky vanilla notes that dance in tune with the dark raspberry core of this wine. Subtle chocolate and earthen tones round out the taste profile beautifully.
Appellation Rattlesnake Hills, Two Coyote and Elephant Mountain Vineyards Vintage: 2017 Bottling Date: July 2019 Alcohol: 14% Awards: Silver Medal: 2014 Grand Harvest Awards, Sonoma CA. Silver Medal: 2014 SavorNW Wine Awards. Silver: 2019 Savor NW Wine Awards
Pairs well with Chicken Puttanesca, Paella, lamb dishes, quail or squab...seafoods in a cream based sauce, medium-dark chocolates infused with chilis (Taza's Guajillo Chili Chocolate for example)