This is the basic wine from this great, traditional winery. Purchased at a Tapas restaurant, this is an excellent value. It is a blend of Tempranillo (65%), Garnacho (25%), and the rest Mazuelo and Graciano. Deep ruby in color, mostly clear and bright. The nose is great with cherries, slight dill, tobacco and slight mushrooms. Medium bodied. Great balance. On the palate, loads of fresh cherry fruit with just a bit of dried over a dry tobacco base. Some spice. Nice finish. This is nice on its own but worked even better with a series of small Tapas plates. Drink over the next eight to ten years.