I really like this wine for the price. A lot different compared to the usual Granacha from Spain. Funky but pleasantly surprising.
Better the second day after exposure to air in the bottle. Slightly chilled, it has smoky, spicy flavors. Second day, it opens up with fruit, spice and a nice finish. Next time I buy it I'll decant and let it sit until room temperature.
Food Pairings for Penelope Sanchez Tinto Joven Campo de Borja
<p>This young red wine is 85% Garnacha and 15% Syrah sourced from vineyards in the Campo de Borja region of Spain. It has deep bold flavors of blackberry, cappuccino, and licorice.</p>
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