Ribera y Rueda Wine

This Winter was a little too long, too cold, and too snowy. I was suffering from some major cabin fever. Anyone else? But now that the warm weather is officially here to stay, I’m embracing all things Spring. I’m saying “sí” to longer days, outdoor meals, and drinking wine on our back deck. Wine is always a favorite of ours regardless of the season, but I swear it just tastes better in springtime, don’t you think?

Ribera y Rueda Spanish Wine

Over the weekend, Aaron and I had our own little Spring vacation in the backyard. While cooking some steaks on the grill, we popped open a bottle of Ribera Del Duro Tempranillo (a bold, ripe red varietal).

grilling steak on the deckRibera del Duero Tempranillos

We snacked on sharp cheddar and grapes while cooking. (I always find that a hard cheese is perfect for bold reds! And grapes and cheese are a perfect match, dontcha think?) For dinner, we paired grilled asparagus with the steak, which could not have been better with the wine!red wine cheese pairingwine to drink with steakdinner for bold red wine

I loved the Tempranillo. It was so smooth and easy to drink. Now I can’t wait to taste the Rueda Verdejo (a white grape varietal) next weekend!

Ribera y Rueda wines are from the heart of Spain (just about an hour northwest of Madrid). You can learn more about their wine on their Tumblr, which also includes fun resources like wine pairings, a wine-themed playlist, and a product locator so that you can find their wines in a store near you!

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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