I see this style of red as a versatile type - aperitif on a cool evening, match with tapas for a no-nonsense pairing or even chill down in the fridge for 20 minutes on a warm night.
Attractive aromas of raspberries and dried rose petals, it builds to what seems to be overripe strawberries too. Some meaty flavours join the raspberry and strawberry fruit. A fine dusty of pepper meanders through the mouth.
In the end, wines like this aren't to be taken too seriously and will disappear from the glass in no time. Want a wine sure to please - all signs point to The Matador!
Drink now to five years.