Intense, picota cherry with violet hues. Black fruit and licorice notes. Floral nuances (violets, jasmine). Hints of vanilla and toast. Full-bodied and well structured with rounded tannins.
Food Pairings: Viña Zaco Tempranillo pairs perfectly with a formal lunch, a Spanish tapas casual dinner or a drink after work on a rooftop terrace. We recommend you drink it along with tapas, pasta dishes, young cheeses, chicken, grilled vegetables and BBQ.