It always seemed considerably easier when it came to the Rioja wine of yore. They were basically just Tempranillo, no? The options were either oak aged or then made in a very fresh, carbonic maceration style. Sure, there were some whites that were also aged. Ah yes, some Rosés as well. Come to think of it, it was also the case that they’ve been producing sparkling wines for some time. And sure, it wasn’t really just Tempranillo in the reds. There were the garnacha wines in the east that, while […]

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