This was the favourite for the red wine drinkers in the group.
A surprisingly light purple red but with a good nose of berries, wood and some liquorice. A dry wine with high tannins and medium acidity, it was beyond my tastebuds. But the rest of the group were enthusiastic about its full body and warmth, describing it as oaky similar to scotch whiskey barrels with some vanilla and the berries underneath.
|Name:||Madrid Romero Crianza Chapo 2015|
|Winery:||Bodega Madrid Romero|
|Quality Classification:||Denominación de Origen|