Spain is one of the best regions for wine that delivers much higher quality to price ratio. This pair of easy drinkers is sure to please the palates of wine novices to connoisseurs alike.
Real Compania Garnacha : In Spain, Garnacha is the second most-planted red-wine grape variety, surpassed only by its modern blending partner Tempranillo. Its signature profile percolates with juicy, ripe red fruit punctuated with spicy notes of cinnamon and a violet-like floral bouquet.
Real Compania Tempranillo : The backbone of some of the best Spanish wines, Tempranillo is a red grape variety grown throughout Spain and Portugal. Generally speaking, Tempranillo produces red wines with red fruit and leather aromas, high tannins, moderate to low acidity, and moderate alcohol.