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Happy Hour: Conde de Siruela Crianza

If you are looking for an exciting new red wine, I highly recommend Conde de Siruela Crianza ($22). From the Ribera del Duero region of Spain, this lush red is smooth, well bodied, and elegant. It has a ruby-red color and fruity aroma.

Although the bottle's label is rustic and old worldly, the liquid inside is fresh, full, and only slightly aged. It pairs wonderfully with grilled meats — I enjoyed mine with finger-licking good lamb chops — roasts or cheese.

What red wines have you been into lately? Have you ever tried a Spanish red?

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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i'm sure that i've tried some spanish red - but i have to say that lately my favorite is a MALBEC - i've never really learned much about it in the past but i bought a bottle by a recommendation at the wine shop and i've loved it ever since. it's a medium bodied, not overly dry red and it's good with just about everything. i know that people make suggestions on pairings but since i'm a vegetarian, i don't go the meat route and i think that this wine is still good without being too overpowering with the things that i cook.
lexichloe lexichloe 8 years
I'm really loving a Montes Alpha Cab from Chile right now. 2005 is the best. Thanks for the rec.
ditorres ditorres 8 years
good pick! i just went to napa and went to a wine tasting up Mount Veeder. I really liked the Robert Craig Affinity Cab.
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