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A mature, aromatic wine with medium body, and soft, balanced taste. Extremely pleasant company, and refined, easy sipping.
But there's a dilemma - or just pleasure. The carnal delights of Goyanesque Spain are harnessed with the de-sensualized sensuality of France. The logico-philosophico small-talk of the 60's French movies with apparent sensuality, and evident dissolving of the same, are cuff-linking an earthly tempranillo. And, at the same time, that dispassionate atmosphere gives such a pleasant sipping experience.
The wine gives you wide nostrils, and a hint of the true Rioja. Then the sensation of tamed tannines, and a moderation in using carefully selected, taste-deepening oak surface you to a lighter, more urban plane. You can enjoy both worlds, or reject the whole combination.
To those with a lively imagination: a wonderfully unobtrusive wine with Spanish undertones teaching French refinement. A sure bet on good quality - if you want one!