Tempranillo, A foodie’s delight

Tempranillo, A foodie’s delight

A black grape with thick skin, Tempranillo hails from the Iberian Peninsula on the south-western coast of Spain and takes its name from the Spanish word temprana, meaning early – a reference to the fact that it ripens earlier than most Spanish red grapes. It grows best at relatively high altitudes, where the cool climate cultivates elegance and acidity. But it can also tolerate warmer temperatures, when the heat produces high sugar content and thick skin, creating the vibrant red hue.

Winter Warmer Specials

Winter Warmer Specials

Book and experience any Devine tour Package for 8-15 passengers in a Luxurious Stretch Limousine & receive a 10% Discount Valid for travel between 1st May – 31st August 2019