These kids and their fancy shoes and ironic t-shirts. If this is an experiment to show the overlooked Yecla region of Spain can produce good wines, it’s a success. Nose is oak, smoke and black pepper, but tongue adds light black cherry. Tannins are smooth, acidity light, but the finish and weight are slim. This is a blend of monastrell, syrah and garnache tintora. Nice smoky flavor adds intrigue, but might not stand up to a powerful food pairing. BBQ chicken or traditional hamburger will work well.