The Iberian Peninsula is perhaps the most innovative area in wine terms. At the value end of the scale there are unbeleivable wines, full of ripe fruit. Equally the fine wines are capable of battling it out with the best from France and elsewhere.
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Consisting of a Rioja blend of of Tempranilla, Garnacha and Mazuelo, this wine is matured for 24 months in American oak casks. Very good with roasted red meat, venison and cheese. A wide and complex wine.
The classification "Gran Reserva" when given to Rioja indicates that the wine is aged for at least 5 years, with a minimum of two years in oak. Generally only made in what are considered 'great' years, you can be sure that you are drinking a top quality wine when you buy a Gran...