July 31, 1998 Spanish Succession Rioja's Marqués de Riscal delivers sturdy, flavorful reds in a unique, century-spanning tasting By James Suckling Very few wineries outside of France have the ability to offer a dozen or so old bottles of red wine, some more than 100 years in age, that rate very good to classic in quality.
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