Friday, 9 May 2014

TeAro The Charging Bull Tempranillo 2013

Take a whiff and I'm picturing a big slab of meat on an Argentinian style open grill.

Meaty, char, and dark cherry characters contribute to this medium bodied wine. It's very smooth.

A wine ideal to accompany food. Meaty food. On its own it lacked some guts up the middle. It almost appeared to be the running of the bulls without the bulls.

A decent wine but not one I'd go shopping for.

Who: TeAro Estate 
What: Tempranillo (13.8% alc)
Where: Barossa
When: 2013
How much: $30


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