Fields Family Wines Tempranillo 2010

MSRP: $22.00
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'This is one of the most compelling examples of this great grape that I’ve ever tasted from the USA, showing dark che...

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Very pretty nose full of a little herbal spice over a solid base of floral and soil toned blueberries and black raspberry aromas. This is rather bi... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Fields Family Wines Tempranillo

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065184,992
4.00 5
06/07/2013

Very pretty nose full of a little herbal spice over a solid base of floral and soil toned blueberries and black raspberry aromas. This is rather big on entry but it shows super clarity on the palate with fine dusty tannins that show a bit of polish. On the palate there’s a little bit of cocoa then herb and floral framed slightly dried aromatic red berry fruit. With good acids driving the rather long finish, this ends on a rich note of juicy, slightly baked blackberry fruit that does show a touch of heat. 90pts


User Reviews for Fields Family Wines Tempranillo

Winemaker's Notes:

Tempranillo lovers - A Tempranillo for the ages, this wine will bowl you over with its gorgeous aromatics and voluptous body - it's got curves in all the right places. PLATINUM medal winner - San Diego Int'l Wine Competition GOLD medal winner - San Francisco Chronicle Int'l Wine Competition 94 pts - Rober Whitley - Publisher WineReviewOnline 90 pts - Michael Franz - Editor WineReviewOnline

Tasting Notes:

'This is one of the most compelling examples of this great grape that I’ve ever tasted from the USA, showing dark cherry fruit with real structure and fine underlying acidity. Also impressive and perhaps even more important is the fact that it isn’t overloaded with excessive American oak (as if to mimic a certain stereotypically Spanish style of wine, as is often done with Tempranillo made in the New World). This is a wine its own thing -- not aping something else from somewhere else, and it is doing its thing very, very well. 90pts Michael Franz

Tempranillo lovers - A Tempranillo for the ages, this wine will bowl you over with its gorgeous aromatics and voluptous body - it's got curves in all the right places. PLATINUM medal winner - San Diego Int'l Wine Competition GOLD medal winner - San Francisco Chronicle Int'l Wine Competition 94 pts - Rober Whitley - Publisher WineReviewOnline 90 pts - Michael Franz - Editor WineReviewOnline

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100 Cases produced.

Closure: Cork

Notes: ALL Neutral Oak

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 14.8%
Sugar: .01 grams per liter

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