Bodegas Pedro Regalado 'Embocadero' Tempranillo 2014
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Wine Spectator 91
"Toasty vanilla and cocoa notes frame cherry and boysenberry flavors in this lively red. Light, firm tannins and crisp, bright acidity impart structure and energy. Focused and harmonious. Tempranillo. Drink now through 2022. 4,000 cases made."

" Embocadero – Bodegas Pedro Regalado owns 2 vineyards, named ‘Embocadero’ and ‘Canta Perdices.’ Embocadero means ‘mouth of the river’ where small paddle boats can be docked. Tasting notes: Bright violet color with dark berry and vanilla oak ... read more
This is a red wine
Item ID: #26956
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Spectator 91
"Toasty vanilla and cocoa notes frame cherry and boysenberry flavors in this lively red. Light, firm tannins and crisp, bright acidity impart structure and energy. Focused and harmonious. Tempranillo. Drink now through 2022. 4,000 cases made."

" Embocadero – Bodegas Pedro Regalado owns 2 vineyards, named ‘Embocadero’ and ‘Canta Perdices.’ Embocadero means ‘mouth of the river’ where small paddle boats can be docked. Tasting notes: Bright violet color with dark berry and vanilla oak aromas. Black and blue fruit flavors with a touch of black chocolate. Balanced with some minerality. Soft, spicy finish. " ~ Winery notes

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Bodegas Pedro RegaladoThe wine co-operative San Pedro Regalado was founded in 1958 by the people of the small village of La Aguilera in the Ribera del Duero wine region. The founding members embraced the spirit of the co-operative movement - that their combined efforts would reap greater rewards than each winemaker working individually. Grapes are all sourced from the small co-operative vineyard sites around La Aguilera, with many of the vines being over 100 years old.

The Ribera del Duero is considered one of the most prestigious wine regions in Spain. It concentrates almost entirely on the production of fine red wines using the Tempranillo grape (known locally as Tinto del Pais). In Ribera del Duero Tempranillo yields smaller berries, loose clusters and tougher skin, which encourages more skin-to-juice contact and promotes full-bodied, powerful wines that still retain the grape's renowned elegance. This combination of power and elegance represents Tempranillo's signature in Ribera del Duero, and the region's greatest contribution to winemaking today.

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Teressa

EMPIRE STAFF REVIEW

Perfect Spanish Red!

"This luscious tempranillo is dark ruby in color with earthy notes. Reminiscent of a forest floor with rich soil coming through. Cherry floods the palate with hints of wood, dark chocolate, and vanilla. Its light acidity meshes well with its light warm tannins producing an enjoyable lasting finish. Would be great to pair with smoked meat and sharp cheese."

Mark

Would buy again ,very good in wine

Bert

Superb

"A rich velvety tempranillo with dark cherry notes, leather, vanilla."

Peter

great wine for the price

Mike

Good tempranillo

"Have to agree with others. Nice tempranillo that's true to the name. If you typically like this grape this is a good representation of its beauty."

Wade

Very nice wine.

Guy

Very Satisfying Red

"Good fruit and balance. Well structured. Good match for many cuisines."

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