92 Points Wine Spectator for Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2007
The continuous quality and the meticulous wine production give a great rating over 90 points to Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva
In La Rioja, December 5th, 2016.- The quality of Bodegas Franco-Españolas wines have been awarded by the press one more time. This time Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2007 has been awarded with 92 Points by the well-known Wine Spectator Magazine.
The last three vintages of this wine (2007, 2006 and 2005) have been rated over 90 Points. Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva is true to its style, belonging to the top wines which always like and are always a good choice. The last three vintages of Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva have been awarded over 90 points by the prestigious magazine Wine Spectator, which has the highest circulation of any wine magazine in the United States.
Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2007: 92 Points; Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2006: 91 Points; Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2005: 92 Points
This new rating is added to the great national and international list of awards for this unique Gran Reserva from Rioja.
About Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva
Rioja Bordon Gran Reserva 2007 is a trip through the history of the top wines in Rioja region. The classic profile with a contemporary essence make this Gran Reserva belongs to an exclusive category of wines, which beautifully balance the changeable style in the wine world with your expectations from a Gran Reserva wine.
The great blending of Tempranillo, Mazuelo and Graciano grapes with the aging in oak of medium toast make this rating a new recognition award of quality.
About Bodegas Franco-Españolas
Eguizabal Family is managing Bodegas Franco-Españolas 30 years ago and we are celebrating 126 years of history of wine making. It is an historical Riojan winery and the unique one located in the city center of Logroño. Discovering this winery means learning a history lesson of Spanish wines. Since the 19th Century our philosophy has been focused on adapting the trends and keeping the authenticity, making well-known brands of wines from Rioja, such as, Rioja Bordon, Diamante, Viña Soledad and Barón D’Anglade. The foundation of the winery is the indirect result of an unfortunate incident in the winemaking history in France: the grape phylloxera plague by the end of the 19th century.
The wine merchant from Bordeaux, Frédéric D’anglade with Spanish partners founded the winery in 1890.