Less expensive and more impressive than the La Senda Tempranillo when tasted together. Imported by Fourth Wave Wines.
Red fruited. Raspberries and cherries. Dried herbs, paprika, aniseed and a suggestion of orange peel. Spicy with a nice set of clumping tannin. Not overly sweet. Somewhere around the medium-bodied mark. Length is good if not emphatic. Very smart drinking when you factor in the price. 89
Tasted: March 2014