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Winecast 38 – Tempranillo

Winecast 38 – Tempranillo

by Tim Elliott on September 5, 2005

Today’s podcast features Spain’s Tempranillo grape and I continue the cellaring series looking at the many cellar management solutions available.

Show Notes:

00:20 – Welcome and show theme
00:30 – Background of the Tempranillo grape
02:19 – Tasting Notes
02:31 – Bodegas Ercavio, Tempranillo “Roble” 2003 ($9)
02:54 – Bodegas San Valero, “Manyana”, Tempranillo 2004 ($8)
03:14 – Vina Albali, Tempranillo Reserva 1999 ($10)
03:33 – Tikalo, “Rubens”, Tempranillo 2003 ($10)
04:03 – Best of tasting
04:08 – Best value
04:14 – Cellar Management Solutions
06:25 – Hurricane Katrina PSA
06:57 – Appeal from Wichita Rutherford
08:00 – Contact details
08:23 – Next show theme

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Copyright 2005 Tim Elliott. Licensed to the public under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

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  • Victoria Baumhardt

    I would like to know how I can order or where I can buy the
    Bodegas San Valero, “Manyana” Tempranillo wine. Please e-mail me.

    Thanks so much,

  • Tim

    This wine may only be available in certain markets and not nationwide or from Internet wine merchants. You can call the importer at the bottom of this link to check on availability in your area.

  • Manyana is a wonderful wine…see the Prestige Wine Group Web site…

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  • Wanted to let you know I made good use of Winecast 38. For some of my English classes here in Spain I used that podcast as a listening excercise in combination with a lesson on wine vocabulary. It was very interesting for my students to hear what a foreigner had to say about “their” grape, Tempranillo. I think Manyana is only marketed under that name in the US. I have only seen it in Minnesota, not in Spain!

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