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Wine of the Week: Cacho Tempranillo 2006 May 10, 2010

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Tempranillo (pronounced as Tem-pra-nee-yo) is arguably the king of Spanish grape varietals and has recently developed a love affair with the American consumer. Tempranillo is the predominant grape varietal used to make the classical wines from the Spanish regions of Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Cataluna; however it is also grown in Portugal where it is known as Tinta Roriz. Generally, Tempranillo has a flavor profile of plum, blackberry, blueberry, and dark cherry.

4895333_thl.jpgThe Cacho Tempranillo 2006 has aromatic and enticing notes of fresh black plums spiked with slow roasted nutmeg. The flavors that develop on the palate reiterate the initial aromas; however offer a more intense expression of blackberry coulis, fresh black currants, and sun-dried blueberries with a warming undertone of sandalwood-like-spice and mocha.  Only seventy five cases available at this price.  Get it while you can before supplies run out!


Special Offering: Cacho Tempranillo 2006
Available at Almost All Centennial Store Locations
Sale Price $12.99.  Retail $16.99. Save $4.00

“Dinner Club with Jim White” special grand opening tasting at Centennial May 10, 2010

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Things were hopping during the grand opening celebration of the newest Centennial Fine Wine and Spirits location on Lowest Greenville on Saturday May 8th.  Our special “Dinner Club” wine tasting made for a memorable Mother’s Day weekend for many.

See the highlights in this special video.

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