Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Montecillo Reserva 2003, Spain

I am entering into another cooking competition, so I wont' have time to blog for awhile. Let me know if anyone want to come over and be my test subject.

I don't know much about Spanish wine yet, but Spain's quality control on wine is very strict and you can get really good stuff for really cheap. Reserva means that this wine has been aged for a minimum of 36 month and 12 months of that is in an oak cask. Rioja is a native grape that ages well. This wine is super fruity and has that ripe jam flavor.

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