Repeat after me, “Variety synonyms, yay!” Indeed, not terribly catchy and also one of those things that makes people scream indiscriminately at either their screen or wine list, depending on if wine studier or drinker. Here we have a case of a variety that sounds like it would be a synonym and yet, isn’t. I’m talking about Tintilia. For the eagle-ist of eyes who have been memorizing their Wine Grapes books you might think, “Ah yes, this is Tintilla de Rota which is in fact, Graciano.” If you’ve just read […]
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