Made from Tempranillo
Smokey. Tannic. This certainly tastes very familiar to your typically Spanish Tempranillo, but with a lot more personality. As one might guess, dark berries feature prominently here. We would really enjoy having this with some Lechon or lamb with roasted potatoes on the side.
About the Winemaker
Noel Diaz spent nearly 20 years in the restaurant business filling almost every position in both front- and back-of-house. Over the years, he became interested in the wine side of the dining experience, and became a restaurant wine buyer. This allowed him to get to know winemakers and understand their craft - which piqued his curiosity in the discipline, and eventually drove him pursue becoming a winemaker in 2013.
Noel's work ethic, ability to learn and adapt after every harvest, and natural ability has allowed him to create wines that are recognized to be some of the most unique in the natural wine world.