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Tempranillo Reserve 2018

Adega Vinho

Open bin fermented and cellared for 23 months in new American & French oak. Fresh & elegant tannins on the finish invite you to drink it now and get a few extra bottles to revisit over the next few years.
Experience Subtle layers of red garnet cherry, leather, oak, and earth. Red berry-driven fruit on the palate plus fresh & elegant tannins on the finish.
Brand Adega Vinho
100% Texas tempranillo.
Vintage 2018
Production 220 cases
BarrelFrench Oak
American White Oak
Aged and cellared for 23 months in French and American toasted oak.
Size 750ml
AppellationTexas High Plains
ABV 14.2%
PairingsGrilled ribeye steak
Grilled chicken
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Texas High Plains

Located at the base of the panhandle, the expansive Texas High Plains produce the majority of Texas fruit used in winemaking.

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