We found this to be a great wine. Not “climb to the top of the bell tower and ring” great, but an easy drinking red with no funkiness, an interesting story and great finish.
The Aneto has loose tannins over smooth red berry flavors. There is a bit of spiciness and, surprisingly, a pleasant touch of sweetness. It’s hard to say what the rare Parraleta is contributing to the mix compared to the Tempranillo because I’ve never tasted it separately.
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