Tempranillo is the smallest planting on the Booker estate and thus the smallest production of all of the Booker wines. We rarely make more than 200 cases of this wine each vintage. The 2018 vintage is a beast of a wine, one of the few Booker wines that we recommend cellaring for a few years before drinking. We have a very small corner block planted with Tempranillo. We do not bottle this wine every year, and when we do it is usually our smallest case count of all our wines. This bold wine should pair nicely with a gouda Mac and cheese, pork rib paella, or maybe some grilled vegetables from the BBQ.
We encourage Tempranillo fans to try some Vertigo or Fracture too!