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Dancing Coyote Tempranillo

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Dancing Coyote Tempranillo FOOD & WINE Wine Club Dancing Coyote Tempranillo
Winery Dancing Coyote Wines
Grape Tempranillo
Year 2010
Country United States
Appellation Sierra Foothills

$14.00 $11.90 per bottle

Member Price: $10.71
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This bold Tempranillo is a great example of the full-bodied reds coming out of California’s emerging Sierra Foothills region.
What You Need To Know
Tempranillo is Spain’s signature grape variety, responsible for that country’s greatest reds, including the majestic wines of Rioja. Not much Tempranillo grows in the US; this bottling from Dancing Coyote comes from a small vineyard high up in the foothills of the Sierra mountains, in Gold Rush country. Owned by the McCormack family—fifthgeneration California farmers who got into the wine business in 1998—Dancing Coyote is making a name for itself by specializing in lesser-known varietals such as Chenin Blanc, Albari.o and, more recently, Tempranillo. Working out of a Clarksburg winery built in 1868 as a granary, the McCormacks turned out just 17 barrels of this cuvée, which features the grape’s deep, spicy fruit flavors.
Smell It
Smell It
Tobacco-edged plum and conifer scents.
Taste It
Taste It
Dry and spicy, with intense plum and herb tones.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Sausages or boldly flavored pork, lamb or beef dishes.