If you have been following my wine reviews on Adam’s Wine of the Week, then you won’t be caught off guard when I say…this Spanish vino is hands down the best wine for your buck out there! Over the past year I have come across a ton of fantastic Spanish wines all under $25 a bottle. This week’s Wine of the Week is no exception. The 2005 Sabor Real Viñas Centenarias is another example of how Spain has learned to take a modern approach to its wine making traditions.
Hailing from the up and coming Toro region, this wine is made from 100% Tempranillo and has wonderful flavours of black cherries, blackberries, and spice with a hint of pepper. It also has very silky tannins that, combined with its complex fruitiness, make this a very big wine. As a side note, the 2005 Sabor Real Viñas Centenarias, as the name implies, comes from vines that are over 100 years of age. I would recommend pairing the 2005 Sabor Real Viñas Centenarias with grilled rack of lamb or a grilled veal chop. As for cheese, I would recommend trying it with Swiss or Gouda.
It amazes me that this wine is only $19.95. I encourage you to seek out this wine and buy it. You will thank me for it…but that’s just my opinion. Let me know what you think.
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