December 15, 1997 Rambling Rioja Eating, drinking and staying up all night with the people who make the Spanish wine region unique By Bruce Schoenfeld The loose, tan-colored soil of the Zarramuco vineyard, which is perched on a hillside above the Spanish town of Labastida, produces intensely flavored Tempranillo grapes for one of my favorite Rioja wineries, Granja Nuestra Señora de Remelluri.
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