Paso a Paso is a brand of wines produced in La Mancha, Spain. The wines use typical regional grapes, such as Tempranillo for reds and Verdejo for whites. They are offered as value-driven examples of every day drinking wines.
My Rating 85; nose is well balanced but faint. Body is dry and austere with a lot of tannins not good enough now. maybe wine is to young. Compared with the previous vintage not as good Re tasted it after a year better now up graded my rating to 87
This did not hold up to a creamy pasta dish. It could have been more powerful. Better alone. Held up in fridge ok. Tart red berries. Characteristics of tempranillo seemed true to form.
This was bold and a bit sour, but has some good, tart red berry flavors. Some food (like a creamy, rich cheese with crackers) will take a bit of the edge off.
Spicy, slightly sweet, my boyfriend says "good for a night in with your sweety"
If "depth" means aftertaste, and "earthy" means sour, than this wine has it all. Might need another year before it's drinkable...
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Paso a Paso Tempranillo la Mancha
The color is a saturated purple with fragrant aromas of mineral, scorched earth, and blackberry. The wine has a big core of fruit with enough structure to evolve for 1-2 years.
From the hand harvest Tempranillo grapes selected from the best vines to be found in La Mancha to the hands on diligence of the winemaker, Paso A Paso, receives the extra care and attention that a fin
From the hand harvest Tempranillo grapes selected from the best vines to be found in La Mancha to the hands on diligence of the winemaker, Paso A Paso, receives the extra care and attention that a fine wine deserves. Carefull vineyard selections, long slow fermentation and maceration followed by gentle aging for six months in French oak combine to create a wine with the optimum balance on fruit, spices and robust aromas. Once in the hands of the consumer they will find that the wine compliments many dishes from winter hearty stews or barbecues.
Opaque violet. Musky violet. Musky cherry-cola and plum aromas are complemented by notes of cured tobacco and cracked pepper. Tangy minerality adds verve to chewy dark fruit flavors, with a brighter raspberry note emerging with aeration. Finishes with solid grip and an echo of pepper. Serve this with a piece of grilled lamb.