Maximo Tempranillo 2014, Castilla La Mancha

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Produced on high altitude vineyards in Spain's Castilla La Mancha region, this lightly oaked Tempranillo is full of juicy red cherry fruit with hints of vanilla and tobacco. There are complex flavours on the palate, carrying on the cherry theme with a dash of of liquorice and mint.

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Intensely juicy, ripe Tempranillo with ripe cherries and spice.
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Percentage Alcohol

13.5

Region

Castilla la Mancha

Grape Variety

Tempranillo

Country

Spain

Style

ArrayMedium-Bodied Red, Oaked Red

Vintage

2014

Food Match

ArrayBeef, Lentils & Pulses, Pizza

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The Producer

Founded in 2002 in the region of Castilla La Mancha in central Spain, Bodegas Máximo produces modern Spanish styles that manage to retain their 'sense of place'. The fruit is sourced from the Tierra de Castilla zone in Castilla-La Mancha and vinified at their state-of-the-art winery, where the focus is on temperature control and gentle handing of the grapes to ensure freshness and balance in the wines.

Tom Cannavan Reviews

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

"From Castilla La Mancha, so often the source of well-priced, mature Rioja lookalikes. Spices, a touch of strawberries and cream, and then deeper plum fruit are appealing on the nose, before the palate delivers a ripe, smooth mouthful of silky dark fruit. This is a proper crowd-pleaser with its creamy fruit and long, spice-box finish."

The Region

Situated in the centre of Spain, due south of the capital Madrid, we find the large wine region of Castilla la Mancha. High up on the plains, the climate is characterised by hot and very dry summers (the rain does not in fact fall mainly on the plain) and cold winters. The wide day to night temperature variations are key to producing well balanced wines. Once an area better known for quantity only, producers are turning the tide with modern winemaking facilities and selective choice of grape varieties which suit the growing conditions.

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