One of the best producers in Mexico. Not overly oak, and serious and clean fruit. Full bodied wine and good to know it´s just the base wine from this quality producer.
$560.00 – $4,050.00
Tempranillo was the first grape we planted in our vineyards in the late 90s.
It was in vogue at the time: the perfect black grape variety for the first full-bodied wines of Adobe Guadalupe.
Miguel is a trip to La Rioja and its Spanish sunbaked landscapes. On the palate, it evolves ever so slowly to release multiple notes and textures, product of the blend between Tempranillo and other varietals, like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Grenache.
In Tru´s words:
“A rich delicacy, easy on the senses“
Crimson deep as thunder, light nose of black cherries and wood. A smooth entrance of persimmon and eldeberry, with a long soft slide into elegantly developed tannings, with notes of mahogany, ivory, and dupioni. A very luxurious wine.
Megan Howard / 6 de Jun 2018
Adobe Guadalupe is a really nice winery in the valle de guadalupe. I think winemaker Daniel Lonnberg has mastered the terroir and constantly delivers grear wines. this is a delightful blend of Tempranillo/CS/Grenache/Merlot, aged fro 10m. in french American oak barrles. Beautiful garnet color, clean and brifht. Very aromatic; lot of red fruits, spicy, cinammon, vanilla, black pepper. Full bodied, firm tannins, med acidit, it wll be interesting to keep another bottle and see how it evolves in 1 or 2 years.
Edgardo G. / 17 de Sep 2016
750ml, 3L, 5L