Tempranillo is a black grape variety native to Northern Spain, widely grown to make a full-bodied wine.
Its name is the diminutive of the Spanish temprano (“early”), a reference to the fact that it ripens several weeks earlier than most Spanish red grapes. Tempranillo has been grown on the Iberian Peninsula since the time of Phoenician settlements, making it a wine that has been in existence for more than 2,000 years. It is the main grape used in Rioja, and is often referred to as Spain's noble grape. Unlike more aromatic red wine varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, Tempranillo has a relatively neutral profile. When bottled as a single varietal, as shown here, it is ruby red, low in acidity and low in sugar content.
Tempranillo is often blended with other varieties, such as Grenache and Carignan (known in Rioja as Mazuelo), or aged for extended periods in oak where the wine easily takes on the flavor of the barrel. Varietal examples of Tempranillo exhibit flavors of plum and strawberries, take on a brighter red color and are higher in acidity.
This Tempranillo Pour set makes use of a very high resolution crystal decanter with cork stopper, instead of a conventional bottle. The model set includes the decanter, the decanter stopper and a big bell glass typical of moderately heavy-bodied red wines.
The product is available in MAX /V-Ray with versions for Maya (*.ma), *.obj and *.vob (Vue Version 15).
The MAX scene file includes a light stage,lights, camera and custom V-Ray materials for this particular wine and glass set.
The renders shown here are created in MAX and V-Ray.
A complete Realflow Scene Simulation Product for this mesh model set is shown below.
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