I bought it this evening at Safeway to have with moussaka, as Tempranillo was suggested as a good match. I ended up pairing the moussaka with the Red Diamond Malbec (from Argentina) - which was a very good choice. Undoubtedly the sweetness of the Temperamental clashed with the spices in the moussaka.
I would think the sweetness of the Temperamental would be a good choice with cheeses or acidic food.
It's NOT from Washington. It states "Spain" on the bottle and on the fact sheet from the website.
Well, given other products, marketing of this wine, and the confusing providence of the origin here ( label states product of spain and wine of the USA) it is what i was expecting, barely...price in CAN is 18$ and not meeting the QPR. Admittedly style is not to my liking, as others score this 90...This would appeal to younger crowd just getting into wine. Uncomplicated, without significant structure, and drinks a little to much like dark cherry juice. Don't get any "spanish" influence here, and the fact that this is "NV" just makes something to pass on.
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