del Campo is produced by an association of grape
growers in the village of La Aguilera. Their
cooperative dates back to the 1960’s, and many of
vines date back to the early 1900’s, so they’re
deep rooted and dry-farmed.
color with pungent aromas of dark berries, licorice
and spicy oak. Fleshy and nicely concentrated,
offering juicy blackberry and bitter cherry flavors
plus a hint of vanilla. Closes with solid thrust, building
tannins and a touch of oak spice.
improves a lot with aeration, and would be beautiful
“Lamb Shanks Osso Buco” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer Cookbook!