Tinto [Teen-toe] on the front of a wine bottle is a Spanish term just meaning red wine. However just to confuse you, Tinta [Teen-ta] means Tempranillo, the main red grape of Spain.
Here are some examples, all of which just mean Tempranillo, but are used within various regions throughout Espana: Tinta del País, Tinta de Toro and Tinta Fino.This entry was posted in Facts and tagged Ribera del Duero, Spain, Tempranillo, Tinta, Tinto, Toro. Bookmark the permalink. ← Competition to Win Tickets and Prizes to the Jacksonville Backyard BBQ Championships Chicken and Watercress Salad with Almonds and Feta Paired with M.Chapoutier Bila-Haut Blanc →