Nice pigmented black-cherry hue with aromas of Rustic, course, cherry-berry fruit up front on a foundation of dusty spices

Palate– dry dusty tannins with subdued dried crushed cherry powder, and a fleeting finish.

This mostly Tempranillo Rioja is pretty decent considering I think I paid well under $10 for it.  At the normal price point of around $12 it is what you would expect, nothing more, nothing less so raise a glass!

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