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Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Gran Reserva Bordon 2004

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1702950
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Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Gran Reserva Bordon 2004 750ml

Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Gran Reserva Bordon

Ruby with tile red hues, it showcases elegant aromas of spice and tobacco leaf. Unctuous, silky and round on the palate, its spicy ripe red berry complexity adds elegance and a savoury maturity to its long finish.

Ruby with tile red hues, it showcases elegant aromas of spice and tobacco leaf. Unctuous, silky and round on the palate, its spicy ripe red berry complexity adds elegance and a savoury maturity to its long finish.

Winemaking process: The must was fermented with the grape skins, and was stirred several times a day (this improves the extraction of colour and a constant temperature.) Fermentation lasted 10 days and the wine was left in contact with the grape skins another 7.Aging: Aged in American oak barriques of medium and intense toast for 36 months. Once bottled, it was aged for a further 24 months in our cellars before its commercialization.

Alcohol content: 13%

red meat stews, game, strong and spiced cured cheeses.

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Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Gran Reserva Bordon 2004
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Ruby with tile red hues, it showcases elegant aromas of spice and tobacco leaf. Unctuous, silky and round on the palate, its spicy ripe red berry complexity adds elegance and a savoury maturity to its long finish.
 

Notes on the Bodegas Franco-Espanolas Rioja Gran Reserva Bordon 750ML 2004

Tasting Notes Ruby with tile red hues, it showcases elegant aromas of spice and tobacco leaf. Unctuous, silky and round on the palate, its spicy ripe red berry complexity adds elegance and a savoury maturity to its long finish.

Wine Maker Notes Winemaking process: The must was fermented with the grape skins, and was stirred several times a day (this improves the extraction of colour and a constant temperature.) Fermentation lasted 10 days and the wine was left in contact with the grape skins another 7.Aging: Aged in American oak barriques of medium and intense toast for 36 months. Once bottled, it was aged for a further 24 months in our cellars before its commercialization.

Technical Notes Alcohol content: 13%

Food Pairing red meat stews, game, strong and spiced cured cheeses.