Spanish Wines / Tempranillo / Wine

Wine Review: Bodegas Señorio del Júcar Vina Bel 2008 Tempranillo

I’m not overly familiar with wines from the Castilla-La Mancha region of Spain but this one delivered. I had to hunt a little for information.

This dark colored wine with firm tannins and fruit drinks well. It’s not too young or overpowering yet it holds just enough terroir and dirt for my palate to make it a pleasurable drinking wine. Notes of violet and dark fruit lead with a medium finish.

We had it with chinese food and the two don’t really pair well but I just grabbed it not thinking LOL!

For just under $20 this wine meets the blog’s rules AND my wallet remains just as pleased as my palate. Even better, we picked this up as an overstock at Grocery Outlet so we paid $4 for it instead of close to $20.

I’d like to see what laying down a bottle would do for a year or three.

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