Thursday, 24 November 2011

Andrew Peace Kentish Lane Tempranillo 2009

I really felt like a good quality red last night so I thought I would open up something from a producer that I have never heard of but from a variety that I love. Since I've been having a fare few Spanish examples I thought it might be time for some Aussie versions.

Andrew Peace Kentish Lane Tempranillo 2009

There is a huge amount of sweet oak on this so much so that you couldn't even tell what variety it is. You could have aged water in this oak and I wouldn't have noticed a difference. The palate is very short and rather disappointing.  At least it only costs 12 bucks.

Alcohol: 14%
Price: $12
Rated: 76
Drink: Now

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