Spanish Tempranillo is a red wine grape variety that is indigenous to Spain and is considered one of the country’s flagship grapes. It thrives particularly in the Rioja and Ribera del Duero regions. Tempranillo wines are often characterised by their medium to full body, moderate acidity, and tannin structure. The flavour profile typically includes red fruits like cherry and plum, and depending on the ageing process, it may also have notes of vanilla, tobacco, leather, or herbs. Tempranillo is also a key component in many high-quality Spanish blends. For lovers of complex and versatile red wines, Spanish Tempranillo is an excellent option.