This beautiful wine shows all the lovely silky raspberry, red cherry, tantalising tannins and spice that Tempranillo is famed for. It’s a top treat with tapas, or a platter of cured meats. And the name? Peacock’s Tail say that their wines “cover the wide spectrum of all the colours of the rainbow”. Also, in wine speak, a ‘peacock’s tail’ is a voluminous aroma that seems to open up and spread out to tantalise all the senses. Try this one and see!