EXP 1999 Tempranillo (Dunnigan Hills)

Fewer than 1,000 acres of this varietal are planted in California, but it's Spain's best native red grape. This version is so dry, it makes the tongue stick to the palate, and has some notable tannins. But the blackberry flavors are rich and long. The dense, glyceriney wine will age effortlessly and could gain interest.

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