Sounds like a unique blend but the sultry sounds of a strumming guitar do pair nicely with a relaxing springtime sipper like Albarino. Theirs is a strong vibrant white wine with flavors and richness that match creme brulee with lemon curd and a hint of early banana peel. In Gary Kramer’s tasting room, it is more like a guitar museum where you can lounge in the presence of famed and fancy guitars with their big bold Tempranillo. This red is so full of ripe plum, dark cherry, and toasted vanilla that it may make you want to walk to the square for a plate of succulent short ribs or steak but that’s what a good Tempranillo is supposed to do. Enjoy!