This is a family company founded in the year 1940 with great experience and credibility in the wine making sector and is currently managed by members of the third generation of the family. The company is dedicated to the elaboration, ageing and bottling of the very finest quality wines, basing its experience on tradition passed on over the years.
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Itandrsquo;s so hard to believe that a wine of this caliber can be priced under $10! From the up-and-coming region of Ribera del Guadiana, this 100% Tempranillo is lively, with ripe red and black raspberry flavors. Elegantly structured, well suited to roasted rack of lamb or a mushroom risotto.
Dacu is one of the very best wines I have discovered, both for its exceptional value and its amazing quality. Made from 100% Tempranillo grown in the southwest of Spain, Dacu is densely layered and full, with notes of blackberry and spice, heavy on the complex earthiness that characterizes the best Spanish reds. It is perfectly balanced, leaning toward medium-bodied with a touch of oak and dark fruit. A strong, lingering finish places this wine at the absolute top of wines at this price point. Perfect for barbecue, steaks, and chili.
It's so hard to believe that a wine of this caliber can be priced under $10! From the up-and-coming region of Ribera del Guadiana, this 100% Tempranillo is lively, with ripe red and black raspberry flavors. Elegantly structured, well suited to roasted rack of lamb or a mushroom risotto.
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