The 2009 Montecillo Reserva is a Spanish wine, created with their finest Tempranillo grapes. Bodegas Montecillo has been creating fine wines since 1874. The label says it pairs well with vegetables and stews, which worked for us as we were eating Chinese. It paired up quite well at that. The wine is full bodied with definite aromas of oak and berries. It is reasonably priced $18 – $22 CAD and is available at most wine stores we’ve been in. We usually buy at the Real Canadian Liquorstore as it is normally the best value. If the 18-22 is a bit pricey, we have also enjoyed their red label version, which is in the 13 to 15 buck range, and still a good buy.
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