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Review: 2005 vs. 2007 Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva

Bodegas Franco Espanolas, a Rioja winery dating back to 1890, recently released a three-pack of old Gran Reserva wines, including vintages from 1999, 2005, and 2007. The three-pack costs $125, but rarity of the ’99 is making it tough to… Continue reading ?
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