Such an article could have easily been titled, “I drank these two supermarket Tempranillos so you didn’t have to” but in all fairness maybe one or the other of these two wines is actually very much to your liking as they’re wines that are available seemingly everywhere wine is drank. Just to recap, Tempranillo is Spain’s most-planted grape variety (suck it Airén) and it’s found across the entire country and even into Portugal with over a dozen synonyms that aren’t names of other grape varieties. Despite its growing everywhere, that […]

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