Wine Review: 2010 Ledger David Tempranillo, Rogue Valley, Oregon
Ledger David Tempranillo: Ledger David has produced a fine example of Tempranillo with this 2010 vintage. This Rogue Valley wine from Southern Oregon reveals Tempranillo is truly reaching its potential down there. Ledger David winery is bringing consistent bold full bodied, fruit forward, wines to the market. This wine is not as taut as some of its old world counterparts and has more complex than many California wines made from the Tempranillo grape.
Opening aromas of freshly brewed espresso mingled with a dash of baking spices give way to intense dark berryliciousness. As for the tactile senses the entry is soft on the palate letting the fruity, spicy, tasty flavor parade take off and soar. The fruit has depth the tannins are soft and the oak and spice ride to the end of a balanced finish.
Hold on because this is a first-class non-stop flight to Pleasuretown. If possible an addition of Oregon figs, locally cured prosciutto, roasted hazelnuts, mushroom croquettes or locally made Basque style cheeses definitely would insure your arrival at your destination of Pleasuretown, a bit quicker. That’s a bona fide Macdaddylicious excursion I highly recommend. Don’t be shy try the wine even if you have to buy it online.
Rating: Excellent (90) | $28 | 14.5% ABV