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First and foremost, my goal is to taste for quality, but I will also place an emphasis on enjoyability.
Finally, at the big reveal, I will compare and reveal if price has had an impact on the ranking results. We will answer the question, “Are Rioja Reserva wines worth paying the extra money?”
5 wines are Reserva, which means they were aged for a total of 3-years or more before release, with at least 1 of those years aging in oak barrels. These are the most expensive wines in the tasting.
4 wines are Crianza, which means the wine had to be aged for a total of 2-years or more before release, with at least 1 of those years aging in oak barrels. These are generally tiered as less expensive than Reserva wines.
1 wine is simply called a Rioja (formerly called Joven), and it is a “Tinto” with very little oak aging. These wines are typically the least expensive offerings from the region.
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Rank#, Tasting#, Vintage, Name, Type, Sale Price€, List Price €
8 18 2015 LAN Crianza 7,95€ 8,95€
9 19 2015 Vega Vinaria Crianza 6,54€ 10,95€
10 20 2015 Baron de Ley Reserva 9,95€ 11,95€
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