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Tempranillo: The Iberian one

TEMPRANILLO ORIGINS Tempranillo, a red variety native to Northern Spain, comes from the spanish word ‘temprano’ which means ‘early’ – named after it’s tendency to ripen early. Depending on weather conditions, it can be harvested several weeks before other red grapes. Is it fair to say that this variety represents the essence of Spanish red wine.

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The most planted: Cabernet Sauvignon

CABERNET SAUVIGNON The Cabernet Sauvignon grape descends from the crossing of two French varieties: Cabernet Franc, a red grape, and Sauvignon Blanc, a white grape. It is the most famous red grape and also the most planted in the entire world. Since it ripens late, it tends to be planted in warmer areas to allow

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