It has been said that Valdepeňas was one of the first places in Spain to cultivate Tempranillo wine grapes. The early 13th Century Knights of Santiago were bestowed the responsibility of caring for the vines. Perhaps due to their care and protection, the grape has flourished in Spain ever since.
This wine is deep ruby with purple hues. Expressive on the nose, expect aromas of red berries. The palate is dry, medium-bodied with soft fruit flavours. Try pairing with savoury pasta and meat dishes.