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Rioja Wine Gran Reserva

For Spanish wine to be labeled as a Gran Reserva, law requires that it be aged for a minimum of 5 years, with two of those years being within an oak cask or barrel. Wines made from selected grapes from exceptional vintages. These wines must spend at least 2 years in oak casks and another 3 years in bottle before it can be sold. Look for the blue color label on the back of the bottle.

We recommend decanting and serving in generous glasses that will show off the aromas.

New York Times Wine School Article Where Age Is the Thing: Rioja Gran Reserva features details about our Gran Reserva process.

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