Vibrant and gutsy, yet controlled, this Spanish Tempranillo is as badass as the katana-wielding Michonne. And like her weapon of choice, it will slice you to your very core with its focused acidity and pure, concentrated flavors of cherry and plum. Despite the driven, dominating fruit shown on the palate, however, the finish is warm, charming and pleasant, easily inviting you back for another sip. Trust your gut and take it — you'll be forever loyal.
Romeo Bragato was an Austria-Hunagrian viticulturist who studied New Zealand extensively from 1894 to 1908, identifying many grape varieties and regions suitable for winemaking. It would take about 80 more years before his recommendations were followed, many of them proven correct.