Tempranillo, and in some cases Verdejo, are the grapes used to make Castillo Santa Barbara red dry wine. The Spanish once again prove why they are among the best in the wine industry. Drinks wonderfully go well with fatty meats as well as with light vegetable snacks and salads. Consumers note the pronounced flavor and delicate aroma. The main thing is to serve the wine a little chilled, at a temperature of about 12-14 degrees. Many recommend consuming it in the context of an aperitif, because the appetite awakens "beastly".