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Food Pairings for Osborne Tempranillo Blend Vino de la Tierra de Castilla Y León Solaz
The blend, at least in this vintage, is 65% merlot and 35% tempranillo. The former actually does a nice job of rounding out and softening the latter. It's great with anything coming off the grill. Avoid decanting, or even letting too much air get at it, as it turns tinny (or, really, tastes more of iron than of tin), but at the $5.99 I paid in Delaware, it's a fine deal.
Hint of figs and sherry, and a bit of cheap sugariness that is not pleasant. Odd flavor echoes.
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