This rosé is many things. For one, it’s a rosé. Two, it’s a Tempranillo. And three, it’s a Rioja. The three of these items in combination are something I tend to run the hell away from. But, upon tasting this at a wine fair in Barcelona a few months ago, something caught my attention. It was the fact that it was incredibly easy to drink and not insipidly sweet. This is large part due to the very low (for Spain) alcohol and the fact it’s a wine designed to basically […]

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