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Vega Moragona Tempranillo 2009

Vega Moragona is a 100% Tempranillo from Bodegas La Magdalena located in the Ribera de Jugar region in Central Spain. The grapes are grown on vines that are some 80 years old on rocky terrain on limestone and sandstone soils. The hot and dry summers give the wine an intense flavorful character, with plenty of […]

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Bodegas Borsao Crianza 2007

If you’re a fan of red blends, you certainly have to taste this one from Bodegas Borsao, in the Campo de Borja region in Spain. This wine (with very cool label) expresses beautiful layers of Grenache (50%), Tempranillo (25%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (25%). I was tasting this delicious wine on a wintry night (although it […]

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Bodega Matarromera Melior 2009

Bodega Matarromera’s  Melior 2009 is another example of a high quality wine that offers excellent value. The wine is produced from Tempranillo grapes (100%) and aged for 6 months in American Oak before being bottled. The winery lies on the hillsides of the Duoero Valley and the company also operates 2 other vineyards. This is […]

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