This rarely happens. Tasting this Texas Tempranillo for the first time,
I heard two songs. The common denominators are (1.) an uncomplicated melody with (2.) a rich masculine voice beneath, and (3.) a highflying musicality above.
The highflying musicality in this first song begins immediately and continues as a feminine voice when the male starts singing.
The high-flying musicality in this second song begins low and slow at about :28 and begins soaring at :49
Both songs are representative of the taste of this wine. – Indiana Beagle