The Tempranillo crop is grown in a number of countries around the world, particularly Portugal, Spain, New Zealand, and the United States. Although originally it was popular exclusively on the Iberian Peninsula. The variety is used to make traditional table drinks, dry red wine and even fortified ports. Speaking of dry wines, they have a rather modest, unexpressed taste, a minimum amount of sugar and a beautiful bright ruby color. Such alcoholic beverages are considered to be real classics in Spain and Portugal, which is why you can find Tempranillo red dry here in almost any store or restaurant.