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2015 Tempranillo Joven

2015 Tempranillo Joven

Regular price $45.00
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Kiler Canyon Vineyard
Willow Creek, Paso Robles, CA

97% Tempranillo, 3% Petite Sirah
Aged in 24% new French, 12% new American oak barrels for five months
13.9% alcohol
155 cases produced
750 ml

Intentionally aged only five months in oak barrels, this Tempranillo captures the freshness of the grapes frozen in time. Joven, the Spanish word for young, describes the style of this unique wine. Pair with turkey and pork chops.

Food Pairing: Cassoulet, Pork Tenderloin, Pizza

Not reviewed.

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