Tomąs Cusiné - Llebre
What is that.?
Tomàs Cusiné is a busy winegrower in the Costers del Segre area of the Catalan rural region. The Llebre is his red entry-level wine from mainly Tempranillo with small portions of Garnatxa, Cariñena and Syrah.
How does it taste.?
The Llebre is a strong red wine. In the nose it shows many red berries, paired with vanilla, cloves and white pepper. In the mouth it is harmonious and round with soft tannins and liquorice notes.
Charming show-off knowledge: Did you know that.?
Ull de Llebre is the Catalan name for Tempranillo and can be translated as "eye of the rabbit". Aha!
Tomas Cusine, S.L.
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Tempranillo, Garnatxa, Carińena and Syrah.