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Reserva Rioja Tempranillo Graciano

9.151 ratings
8.96 pro ratings
La Rioja, Spain
Tempranillo, Graciano
Lamb, Tomato-Based, Polenta, Hard Cheese, Pork, Beef, Pasta, Mushrooms, Soft Cheese, Chicken, Venison, Exotic Spices, Potato, Turkey, Beans & Peas, Herbs, Baking Spices, Pungent Cheese, Duck, Salami & Prosciutto, White Rice, Chili & Hot Spicy, Lasagna, Pizza, Barbecue, Mexican Cuisine, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Ben Franco

Owner Winedown cafe & wine bar

8.9

Leather, earth and funk..floral and violets., caramel burnt sugar med plus tan in decent acid for 2005!

Leather, earth and funk..floral and violets., caramel burnt sugar med plus tan in decent acid for 2005!

May 3rd, 2016
Brad Hemmer

2004

2004

Jun 5th, 2014
Anthony Hughes

Raspberry and cranberry fruit with subtle spice and earth and a dry finish

Raspberry and cranberry fruit with subtle spice and earth and a dry finish

Oct 11th, 2017
Ashley Tindall

For a Spanish wine, this is smooth, balanced and even a little oaky. But still has good fruit and a leathery finish. Great with grilled meat.

For a Spanish wine, this is smooth, balanced and even a little oaky. But still has good fruit and a leathery finish. Great with grilled meat.

Aug 16th, 2017
Nate

medium body. Thin. Opens 1hr but still under performs.

medium body. Thin. Opens 1hr but still under performs.

Apr 2nd, 2017
David Salem

Spicy malbec like - not bad but 24.00

Spicy malbec like - not bad but 24.00

Feb 19th, 2017
Jean-Philip Journeault

2005

Feb 15th, 2017
Joseph Leahy

Tasty easy drinking. Good first impression. $26

Tasty easy drinking. Good first impression. $26

Jan 31st, 2017
Tamera Drozd

Light and crisp - easy summer wine ... Pomegranates.

Light and crisp - easy summer wine ... Pomegranates.

Sep 1st, 2016
Carly Lusk

Cherry, Raspberry, and a subtle bite. Drinking this glass in the airport as I take the red eye to my grandmother's funeral. Though a sad occasion, for me every travel starts with a glass of vino and in any case, I firmly believe in celebrating life rather than mourning death. So, cheers to Grandma, a woman whose wit, feistiness, and, of course, grandmotherly love will be forever remembered.

Cherry, Raspberry, and a subtle bite. Drinking this glass in the airport as I take the red eye to my grandmother's funeral. Though a sad occasion, for me every travel starts with a glass of vino and in any case, I firmly believe in celebrating life rather than mourning death. So, cheers to Grandma, a woman whose wit, feistiness, and, of course, grandmotherly love will be forever remembered.

Jan 30th, 2016