Wines from the Rioja combine vivid flavors and smooth textures
Posted: November 15, 2002
In north-central Spain lies Rioja, one of the country's better-known wine regions. While the majority of the wine produced in this area is red, a small amount of white is also made. The reds are typically a blend of grapes, but they almost always rely heavily on the native Tempranillo grape.
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