Rioja in Food & Wine “Drink Your Best Wine Now–Who Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring”
Joel Stine writes in their latest article on Food & Wine
“I’m not planning on emptying out my cellar, but then again, I don’t know how long isolating at home will last. I do know that I’ve got seven more bottles of 1964 Rioja, 12 more Riojas from the 1980s, and a whole lot of 1990s.”
This is where Rioja Wine shines. There’s never been a better time to break out that bottle you’ve been saving or look for some vintages to purchase.
The Denominación de Origen Calificada Rioja has greatly influenced improvements in winemaking techniques. It has therefore created higher quality wines, which is the main aim of the Designation of Origin.
The Control Board has worked extensively over recent years improving sensory features, which are fundamental in differentiating wine type and quality.
The vintage rating carries out on young wines. It is general, so it is completed with an assessment of the wines that are subjected to aging.