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..con un tono rojo rubí con ribetes violáceos de capa muy cerrada debido al porcentaje de tempranillo.
Any wine buffs out there know the proper terminology, or can recommend a good glossary?
Explanation: I just wanted to give you a few more examples I have found.
This variety is common in the Leon and Zamora regions. It adapts well to frosts and huidity as well as the summer heat waves which are common in the Castillian plains. It produces wines with a medium robe, soft on the palate and with flowery aromas.
SOLAGÜEN RESERVA 1995
Cherry red in colour, with a medium-high robe with ruby iridescence on the edges, this wine was processed exclusively with Tempranillo.
MONTEBUENA TINTO JOVEN 1999, b-t-r
Processed with 100% Tempranillo, it has a cherry red colour with medium-high robe on a purplish background. In the nose, it is powerful with aromas of red fruit, liquorice, enveloped in mild lactic aromas.