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Tempranillo 2019

A variety made famous in Spain, this is a medium-bodied with seductive flavours of blueberries, cherries and dark plums. French oak maturation provides subtle savoury, spice characters.

Member Price
$112.20 / case
Standard Price
$132.00 / case
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Previous Vintages 2016, 2017, 2018
Region Clare Valley & McLaren Vale
Colour At release the wine is a ruby red with a vibrant purple hue.
Nose The wine displays rich dark cherry fruit characteristics with hints of spicy incense and underlying dusty oak aromas.
Palate This is a medium-bodied wine with flavours of maraschino cherry, plums and subtle spice along with well integrated savoury oak. There is a pleasing soft and silky texture to the mid palate and the wine has a long, persistent finish.
Oak Maturation Half of the blend was matured in new American oak and the remaining 50% was matured in a combination of both French and American oak (3 and 4 year old) for 8 months before final blending and bottling.
Cellaring Notes Crafted for immediate enjoyment but will cellar over a short term under ideal conditions.
Alc%: 13.5
Acid: 6.29
PH: 3.70
Residual Sugar: 0.40
Wine Type: Red
Wine Body: Medium
Blend or Single Variety: Single Variety
Pack Size: Single: 750ml bottle Case: 6 x 750ml bottle
  • 2020
  • Wine Showcase Magazine New Release Tasting
  • Gold
  • Kate Peck, Delicious

    Oct 2021
    You'll never stray too far from a decent red wine when you're in South Australia. The Taylor Family is consistent at providing Aussies with good-value, quality wine and this tempranillo ticks those boxes. This is a medium-bodied drop, with rich dark berries on the nose and on the palate with black cherry, spicy oak and herbal notes. Pour it alongside a roast vegetable and goat's cheese salad.