"[Tempranillo is] vastly superior to Merlot and more reliable than Pinot Noir. It can also age as well as Cabernet."
Tim Atkin, Master of Wine


It can taste of wild strawberries, vibrant cherries, blueberries and blackberries, or even plums. It can have savory notes, cigar hints, even a suggestion of fine leather. And its telltale flavor in the best examples? Baking spices, especially vanilla. For its fans, the Tempranillo wines from Spain are truly world class wines! The best - Artadi, Dominio de Pingus, Vega Sicila - can set you back $300-a-bottle if not more. Fortunately, the examples below are not only bursting with all the supercharged flavors you'd expect from Spain's answer to Cabernet but also represent some of the very best values of this Spanish varietal. Stock is limited, so BUY NOW.