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dry red table wine from the Rioja region of northern Spain

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45, Whalley Wine Shop, the Drink Shop) I'm a massive fan of traditional white Rioja but these days you're never sure what you're going to get.
49 Ocado, 13% abv) has classic notes of raspberry and red cherry, and more strawberries than most riojas.
Todos conocian los atropellos de Riojas Martinez, conocido como el padre Meno, y aun asi permitieron que se fugara.
Both the Rioja and Ribera del Duero growing regions are similar in type of soil, climate, vinification techniques and age of vineyards.
Officer Riojas, 37, had been probing robberies when he encountered Garza, who fled then shot him in the head during a struggle.
uva morada que, mezclada, consigue apadrinar el Chateauneuf-du-Pape y en Espana esta en la base de los buenos Riojas.
Strong salty and fatty cheeses work best with medium to full bodied reds - zinfandel, New World Cabernets, Riojas - while more fresh and sour cheeses, like unaged goat or sheep, want something tangy, like sauvignon blanc from New Zealand.
According to ABC News, Jennifer Riojas, 26, who taught science at Carter-Riverside High School in Fort Worth, Texas, had reportedly began the affair just months after starting at the school in August of 2009.
Credit card companies and their issuing banks charge businesses, and anyone else who accepts credit and debit cards, a fee every time plastic is accepted as a form of payment," said Alma Morales Riojas, president of MANA, a national Latina organization.
This, and a 53% hike in sales of Spanish rose, suggested the country was no longer polarised between expensive Riojas and cheap table reds, claimed Lindsay Talas, buying director for importer Thierry's.
Steve Riojas, San Francisco, was also promoted to senior vice president.
All Riojas must be graded according to barrel and bottle ageing, the words to look out for are - Vino Joven, Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva, with the latter being the term for the longest amount of time spent smooching some oak or hanging around in a dark cellar.
Chef Jose Andres' downtown Jaleo has been around long enough to watch the neighborhood go from iffy to spiffy, and along the way, he's established the restaurant as an outpost for all Spanish wines, served by the bottle and glass--cavas, albarinos, Riojas, Penedes, Priorats and sherries galore, including a three-glass sampler.
AN OLD FRIEND: We sometimes forget how good such old-line Riojas from Spain like Montecillo are as we get excited over the inexpensive garnachas (grenaches) or other Spanish wines we're discovering lately.