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n. pl. Tem·pra·nil·los
1. A variety of grape grown originally in Spain and Portugal that is a principal ingredient of Rioja and port.
2. A red or white wine made from this grape.

[Spanish tempranillo, from Old Spanish, from diminutive of temprano, early (in reference to the grape's early ripening), from Vulgar Latin *temporānus, alteration of Latin temporāneus, timely, opportune : tempus, tempor-, time + -āneus, adj. suff.]
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Well, it's blended with Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz to make Sainsbury's TTD Douro.
It hails from the Douro in Portugal and is a blend of three native grapes - touriga nacional, touriga franca and tinta roriz.
Traditional red grapes include touriga nacional, touriga francesa, tinta roriz, tinta barroca and tinta cao.
Unique Portuguese grape varieties such as Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz and Vinha Velha also set local wines apart.
Port is from several grapes - tourigo franca, tourigo nacional, tinta roriz, tinta barroca, tinta amarela and tinta cao.
Still wines are made from the same combinations of grape varieties that can be found in Port wines such as Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz (known as Tempranillo in Spain), Tinta Barocca, Tinta Cao and Touriga Francesca.
This is a dry, red table wine produced from classic Portuguese Port varietals - about 55% Touriga Francesa, 25% Alvarelhao, 10% Touriga Nacional and 10% Tinta Roriz (the Portuguese name for Tempranillo).
Portugal offers a palette of both lush and crisply acidic whites, with names like Gouveio, Arinto, Alvarinho, and rich, powerful reds from varietals, including Touriga Nacional, Baga, and Tinta Roriz.
Otra ventaja es que por las caracteristicas de clima y de terreno, es posible cultivar uvas de diversas procedencias, como cabernet sauvignon, merlot, syrah y castas portuguesas como touriga nacional, tinta roriz y alicante bouschet, cuyos vinos pasan seis meses en barriles de roble frances.
The wines are rich and ripe in style, made from local varietals Aragonez (called Tinta Roriz in northern Portugal and Tempranillo in Spain), Periquita, Trincadeira Preta, and Alfrocheiro.
Among the wide variety of indigenous grapes, the most important are Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesca, and Tinta Roriz (the Tempranillo of Spain).
It is made from three local varieties - Tinta Roriz (the Portuguese name for the better known Spanish Tempranillo), Touriga Francesca and Tinta Barroco.