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An entry level wine from a relatively unknown region. This is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Tempranillo. Crianza indicates oak ageing and more specifically, that this wine was aged for two years with at least 6 months of that time spent in oak casks or barrels. Be careful with this one, you might find yourself hooked on Spanish wine. Incidentally, I have never had a bottle of wine from Spain that I did not enjoy, and there have been far too many to count!
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Haven't had a Spanish wine for quite a while. The first glass was with old cheddar and freshly baked bread, an instant success. Had it later with chicken chili for dinner and suprisingly it lost some of its character and body. All in all, highly recommended for an entry point to Spanish wine. Good value for the money. Looking forward to my next Spanish red.