El Bombero Gran Reserva 2009
This wine will be a stunner on your dinner table. And we’re not just referring to the eyed-=catching label. It has a rich, full body, plus ripe fruit and mocha flavors that will sing with hearty beef or lamb dishes like stew or roasts. It’s also really smooth, so I also recommend serving it solo on a cook evening. Traditional tapas like chorizo and manchego cheese will work too.
Aroma: Bewitchingly dark aromas of blackberry, cinnamon and black cherry.
Taste: Layers of black plum, raspberry and dried strawberry, intertwined with vanilla and dark chocolate.