Marqués de la Musa Garnacha Tempranillo is a fruit-forward and refreshing red coming from the village of Cariñena in Aragón, at the foothills of the Spanish Pyrénées.
"The wine displays freshly crushed blackcurrants, light notes of liquorice and refreshing notes of pine tree."
Spanish wine has never been so exciting, as a new generation of dynamic wine producers pushes the boundaries. Moving away from bulk production that blighted its reputation, Spain is now focusing on quality and regional style. Rioja is no longer the lone jewel in Spain’s crown, nor is the Tempranillo grape the only darling of Spanish winemakers, for today there is a dizzying array of wine regions, wine styles and grape varieties in the fray...