I like cabernet franc, especially when it comes from the Loire-Valley. Single variety wines are also made from it in Tuscany and some of them are true supertuscans – serious wines with fame and a hefty price tag. One of them is Paleo which I tasted in the past, and I always wanted to try another icon, the Duemani.
This humble tempranillo might be even better than its previous vintage (the 2021, reviewed here) which was already superb. What makes it outstanding is the level of refinement – this is as good as such cheap wine gets. I’m quite picky but there is not even the slightest detail here I could complain about. Honestly, I enjoyed this more than many expensive reds… Continue reading →
Spain is strong when it comes to the budget friendly red category, but it can’t always deliver. From the ones I tried recently I disliked two, but also found one which is unbelievable for its price… Continue reading →