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Tempranillo – 2014

The Tempranillo category featured 36 wines (25 producers and 13 single vineyards) that came from grapes sourced from across the state; 15 (42%) were appellated Texas, seven (19%) from the Texas Hill Country and 14 (39%) from the Texas High Plains. The average prices of the wines submitted was $30, which ranged from $13 to $50 and included the following: 1 from the 2010 vintage, 8 from 2011, 24 from 2012, 1 from 2013 and 2 from 2014.

The Top 5 Rated Tempranillos:

  1. Lewis Wines, Texas Hill Country, Round Mountain Vineyard, ‘Estate Blend’  2011 – $45
  2. Pedernales Cellars, Texas, Tempranillo Reserve, 2012 – $49
  3. Blue Ostrich Winery, Texas, Tempranillo, ‘Barrel Reserve’ 2012 – $30
  4. Spicewood Vineyards, Texas Hill Country, Estate Tempranillo, 2012 -$45
  5. Pemberton Cellars, Texas, Tempranillo, 2012 – $28

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