After tasting this wine, all the wine managers smiled and said, as if on queue, "Wow, that's got a really interesting flavor." Good, concentrated fruit aromas on the nose with hints of chocolate. On the palate, silky tannins and a full body characterize this wine; however, the finish hints at caramel espresso flan. Serve this wine with ham, pork loin, paella, or chorizo and it will be a sure hit.
|Bodegas La Candalaria is owned by a small group of growers and winemakers who were members of the former cooperative. They formed an association with 4
other small bodegas so they can share equipment and technology to reduce their individual overhead costs. The bodega is located near the small village of Casas de Haro where some of the oldest Tempranillo vineyards are located and traditionally yield more complex and high quality red wines.