The importer says the wine was "born in Spain and raised in a casino," and that it pairs well with steaks and winning hands.
The quality level of Vino de la Tierra is a notch below the typical D.O. designation for Spanish wine.
This Spanish red blend is medium dark and has a nose that is loaded with red fruit, peppery herbs and smoke. The fruit forward palate has eight months of oak showing and a firm set of tannins. The flavors are deep and quite juicy.