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Tempranillo Wine Grapes
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Tempranillo is a famous Spanish grape variety used in many rich Spanish red wines. Tempranillo is marked by strong fruit flavors and aromas. Other characteristics of Tempranillo include deep color, weak acidity, medium to strong tannins, and moderate amounts of alcohol. Tempranillo grapes are frequently blended with other grapes, but the flavor and color can be better when Tempranillo is bottled as a varietal wine. Tempranillo is usually aged several years in oak barrels before serving.

Tempranillo Aromas

Tempranillo Flavors

Tempranillo Character Profile

full body smooth acidity dry tannins

Food Pairing with Tempranillo

Cuisines to Eat with Tempranillo

Pairing Tempranillo with Cheese


Types of Red Wine : Tempranillo Wine Facts

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