2010 Alamosa Wine Cellars ‘El Guapo,’ Texas Hill Country

On its own, Alamosa’s Graciano is slightly out of balance. But when blended with Tempranillo and Garnacha, the finished product is like a taste of Spain in Texas. The wine has a rose petal aroma and very light tannins, which means you can enjoy its blackberry jam and cranberry flavors right now with no additional aging necessary. A nice summertime burger wine.
Tasting Room price: $18 (May 2012)
Wine Lines rating: 86

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