Tres Raíces, Tinto

Tres Raíces, Tinto - 2020

Item # 49107 750mL

A dry, full-boded red from the home of Mexican independence, Dolores Hidalgo in Guanajuato. With dark fruit aromas, cocoa, and sweet spice aromas, this was fermented in stainless steel before aging 5 months in new French oak barrels. Pair with fiambre estilo San Miguel de Allende.

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