There’s wild berry fruit and earthy-herbal aromas in this garnet colored Tempranillo. With a smooth structure and full body, there are wonderful notes of herb de Provence, tobacco and vanilla in its savory flavor profile. This wine will definitely benefit from aging in a cellar. It drinks well now, but given another 2-3 years, the wine will continue to develop and integrate. Cellar up to 10 years. Tempranillo is a great wine to bring to the dinner table. It pairs well with lamb kebabs, venison, or Italian sausage lasagna.