Pablo Pedro Tempranillo

Red fruit aromas with hints of blackberry and spice. Flavours of strawberry and vanilla on the palate with savoury overtones, subtle oak and well balanced tannins. Try it with a spicy tapas feast with chorizo or lamb chops on the BBQ.

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Hogs In The Woods Fleurieu Peninsula Tempranillo

Is there anything Nigel Dolan can't do. His Fleurieu Peninsula Tempranillo show fresh red berry fruit with a savoury palate of herbs and spices. This is a great South Australia expression of the classic Spanish varietal.

Aradon Rioja

A rich unmistakable Rioja jammed packed with flavours of ripe dark berries and plum. This bargain has been a favourite of ours for a while now and is a fabulous match to hearty casseroles and spicy sausages.

Furo Rioja

This wine exudes typical Tempranillo characteristics from Rioja, with black berry and red berry flavours and aromas (blackcurrant, blackberry and raspberry). On the palate, it is very smooth with the fruit intensity and tannins working in perfect harmony, giving way to a lingering finish.

Musica En El Camino Rioja

Made by famed Spanish producer, Martin Codax, who started producing wine in Rias Baixas before expanding into Bierzo, Ribera del Duero and Rioja. Musica En El Camino is fruitdriven, modern, easy drinking with a healthy dash of oak. This is foolproof Rioja.

Tempus Two Tempranillo

Tempus Two Varietals Tempranillo is produced with expert winemaking techniques including the co-fermentation of crushed grapes in stainless steel tanks. Defined by its rich balance of raspberry, plum and black cherry flavours, this wine is perfect to enjoy with tapas style meals.

McGuigan The Borders Tempranillo

Colour: Rich ruby reds and purple hues Aroma: Lifted black and red berry fruits, with underlying notes of dried herbs and leather. Palate: This Tempranillo shows ripe flavours of raspberry and blackberry with subtle spice and savoury earthiness. Made to a contemporary style, this wine is full flavoured, delivering a smooth and lingering finish with firm tannin structure.

Yalumba Y Series Tempranillo

The 2014 Yalumba Y Series Tempranillo has aromas of blueberry, black cherry and fennel seed leaping from the glass. It is juicy and plush on the palate with apparent dark berries and mocha tannins. The finish is rustic and savoury. Enjoy with salt and pepper grilled lamb cutlet.

Earthworks Barossa Tempranillo

Family owned and operated, Barossa earthworks make its wines from 100% Barossa grapes, grown at small family owned vineyards. Drawing on more than 160 years of local wine knowledge, traditional winemaking methods and minimal processing are used to preserve the purity, integrity, texture and flavour of the wines. Blood red in colour, Earthworks Tempranillo opens with boysenberry, pepper, a hint of charred meats and black forest cake aromas. The soft tannins spread over your palate giving a juicy, ferrous, velvet mouth feel, a must try in our opinion.

Altero Tempranillo

Mike Farmilo was the chief red winemaker for Penfolds before deciding to craft food-friendly wines inspired by his love of traditional European varieties. Naturally, he chose South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula as the region's mild Mediterranean climate brings out the best in Tempranillo - originally a native of Spain.

Tussock Jumper Tempranillo

Created by wine specialists from eleven different countries, this innovative brand aims to bring together the worlds best drops under a single, distinctive, quality mark - the woolly red sweater of Tussock Jumper. This Tempranillo has the aroma of black wild fruit like blackberry and mulberry. The palate is soft, silky and well balanced with a full lingering finish. best served at room temperature and your favourite pizza.