Tastes like an aged steak in a glass, with dusty black cherry, fragrant prunes and bold tannins. One of the cheapest wines that I’ve encountered from the normally expensive Priorat region of Spain. 4 stars out of 5. Sweetness=1 out of 10 (dry to sweet). $12
Taylor is a self-proclaimed Southern foodie, turned Californian food, wine, and gardening hipster.