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Tempranillo Wine

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"Experience the essence of Spain with our exquisite Tempranillo wines. Known for its rich flavors and smooth finish, Tempranillo stands as the heart of Spanish viniculture. From Rioja's classic reserves to modern blends, our collection promises unparalleled quality."

  • Telmo Rodriguez 'Dehesa Gago' 2021

    $34.88
    or $29.64 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Ministry of Clouds Tempranillo Grenache 2022

    $32.49
    or $30.87 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Bodegas Roda 'Sela' 2020

    $77.50
    or $65.88 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wild's Gully Tempranillo

    $20.00
    or $19.00 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Cune Rioja Reserva Tempranillo 2018

    $69.75
    or $59.29 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Bertrand Sourdais Hernando y Sourdais 'Antidoto' Tinto Fino 2020

    $68.20
    or $57.97 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cillar de Silos ‘Golfo’ Tinto Fino Vermut 750ml NV

    $85.25
    or $80.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • La Linea Tempranillo Sureño (limited) 2021

    $38.33
    or $35.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Gemtree Luna Temprana Tempranillo

    $26.16
    or $24.86 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mount Avoca 'Estate' Range Tempranillo

    $23.50
    or $22.32 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • La Linea Tempranillo 2021

    $29.16
    or $26.97 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Tread Softly Tempranillo

    $12.50 $13.13
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  • Navarro Lopez 'Tierracalar' Joven 2022

    $22.48
    or $19.10 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Bodegas Urbina Reserva Especial Tempranillo 2006

    $85.25
    or $72.46 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Tar & Roses Tempranillo 2022

    $25.99
    or $24.04 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Little Giant Tempranillo 2021

    $17.49 $18.36
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  • Paxton Tempranillo

    $24.54
    or $23.31 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodriguez ‘Tabuerniga’ Single Vineyard 2020

    $302.25
    or $256.91 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Peter Lehmann Tempranillo

    $25.33
    or $24.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Tomfoolery Burla Negra' Tempranillo 2022

    $33.33
    or $31.66 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Bodegas Urbina Gran Reserva Especial Tempranillo 2004

    $116.25
    or $98.81 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Alegre y Valgañón Tempranillo-Garnacha 2021

    $58.13
    or $49.41 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodriguez ‘Las Beatas’ Single Vineyard 2020

    $1,046.25
    or $889.31 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Zonte's Footstep 'Madrugador' Organic Tempranillo 2019

    $29.67
    or $28.18 in case of 6 bottles.
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Tempranillo, often referred to as Spain's noble grape, thrives in various regions across the country, each producing wines with unique character and nuance. In its homeland of Rioja, it benefits from a continental climate and varying altitudes, leading to wines that are elegant, with age-worthy potential. Here, the intricate dance Tempranillo, often referred to as Spain's noble grape, thrives in various regions across the country, each producing wines with unique character and nuance. In its homeland of Rioja, it benefits from a continental climate and varying altitudes, leading to wines that are elegant, with age-worthy potential. Here, the intricate dance of aging in oak barrels imparts notes of vanilla and leather to the already fruit-forward profile of the grape. Over in Ribera del Duero, the grape adopts a slightly more robust persona, characterized by darker fruit profiles and a firmer structure. The variety's adaptability is also showcased in regions like La Mancha and Navarra, where innovative winemakers experiment with modern techniques to produce vibrant, contemporary styles. Yet, regardless of the region or style, what remains consistent is Tempranillo's embodiment of Spanish heritage. Its ability to convey a sense of place, history, and tradition in every sip makes it a cherished varietal among enthusiasts and novices alike. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tempranillo wine?

Tempranillo is a prominent red grape variety that finds its roots in Spain and plays a starring role in some of the country's most celebrated wines. The name "Tempranillo" is derived from the Spanish word 'temprano', meaning early, which alludes to the grape's tendency to ripen earlier than most Spanish reds. In the glass, Tempranillo wines often exhibit a ruby-red hue with flavors ranging from red fruits like strawberries and cherries to deeper notes of plum, leather, and tobacco. These wines can be enjoyed young, but the finest examples age gracefully, developing more complex, earthy undertones over time.

What are the most popular Tempranillo wines?

Spain's wine regions have championed the Tempranillo grape, with Rioja and Ribera del Duero being its most acclaimed appellations. Within these regions, wines such as Marqués de Riscal, Vega Sicilia, and La Rioja Alta are just a few of the iconic labels that wine aficionados associate with top-quality Tempranillo. These wines, characterized by their depth, elegance, and aging potential, have elevated Tempranillo's global status, making it synonymous with Spanish viniculture's prowess.

What are the different types of Tempranillo wine?

Tempranillo is a versatile grape and, as such, is crafted into various wine styles. While many are familiar with the full-bodied, oak-aged reds from regions like Rioja, there are also joven (young) Tempranillos which see little to no oak and are meant for early consumption. Crianza, Reserva, and Gran Reserva are classifications based on aging criteria, with Gran Reservas often aged for several years, acquiring sophisticated nuances. Rosado (rosé) versions of Tempranillo are also produced, offering a lighter and fruitier take on this classic grape.

What are the best Tempranillo wines?

In Rioja, wines such as the Gran Reserva 904 from La Rioja Alta and Marqués de Riscal's Gran Reserva stand out. In Ribera del Duero, the Unico from Vega Sicilia remains an enduring benchmark. These wines epitomize the potential of Tempranillo, showcasing balance, depth, and the ability to evolve gracefully over the years.

What are the foods best paired with Tempranillo wines?

Tempranillo's rich and varied flavor profile makes it an excellent companion to a wide range of dishes. Traditional Spanish cuisine, such as lamb chops, chorizo, and Manchego cheese, harmonize beautifully with its flavors. For those craving international flair, Tempranillo pairs well with grilled meats, hearty stews, and even certain pasta dishes. Its versatility at the table ensures that whether you're indulging in tapas or a gourmet meal, Tempranillo enhances every culinary experience.