Tired of Cabernets, Merlots and Pinots? The Jarvis 2009 Tempranillo is a nice change from the more common varietal. There are hints of oak, along with bread and berries in the aroma. On the palate, the Jarvis 2009 Tempranillo is extremely smooth and easy to palate. The berries are present on the palate, along with a nice vanilla finish.
The Jarvis 2009 Tempranillo is 100% Tempranillo and 100% estate grown. The wine spends 12 months in New French Oak and is unfined and unfiltered. The Jarvis 2009 Tempranillo can easily age for up to six years, but is also very drinkable now. The Jarvis 2009 Tempranillo runs around $60 a bottle.
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