The 2020 Iris Cabernet Sauvignon, Bodegas Staphyle is an approachable and easy drinking with lovely rounded medium bodied fruit and a hint of freshness on the finish.
Bodega Staphyle was born in 2002 and is the realisation of the Porretta’s family dream to produce their own wines from. Today this boutique winery marries that tradition with the latest in wine making technology to produce harmonious wines that offer terrific value for money.
The Iris range is the entry-level of the Bodega and certainly set the tone for the rest of the winery’s output.
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