Banrock Station `Mediterranean` Tempranillo 2007 (6x750mL), SA RRP$14.95

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RRP $14.95

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Tempranillo is a premium red wine grape variety originating from the Rioja region in Spain. Tempranillo produces wines that display good colour and good fruit flavours along with low acid and low tannins. An easy drinking style of wine that matches very well with a range of foods.

SA - Other South Australian
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


A deep ruby violet with violet hues.


This wine exhibits aromas on the nose of dark fruits, plum and ripe strawberry with hints of chocolate and spearmint and lifted spicy notes of nutmeg and clove add to the complexity.


On the palate, vibrant flavours of plum and dark cherry are complimented by sweet spice, dark chocolate and cigar box undertones.The palate is soft and inviting, with balanced soft chalky tannins. It finishes with hints of warm spice and lingering fruit.

Food Matching

Enjoy served with roast lamb with slow roasted tomatoes and crushed olives or Tapas such as olives, prawns, Jamon, Chorizo sausage.

SA - Other South Australian
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With every Banrock Station wine sold we contribute to global conservation. It’s been key to our philosophy since we began in 1995. Our fine wines are enjoyed around the world, allowing our donations to support over 95 projects in 13 countries, including researching climate change and restoring natural assets in Europe, preserving waterways in Australia and saving salmon in Canada.

We strive for greater environmental responsibility with our packaging and use sustainable techniques in the vineyard and winery. With every glass you enjoy you help us help the earth.

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