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Excellent ratings in James Suckling’s Tasting Report


“The Alluring Freshness of Spain”. During his trip last month, Suckling tasted over 1,200 wines to compile this article. He notes, “Spain might have more than 3,000 years of winemaking behind it, but that timeline is full of twists and turns. In some ways, Spain’s winemaking culture is as new as California or Chile. Our extensive trip at the end of June in Rioja, Spain, conclusively proved as much, as the top tier of Spain’s wine industry is far more dynamic than people know. Plus, these exciting wines don’t always cost a fortune; many outstanding rated wines cost between $10 to $20 a bottle.”
Included was a handful of wines from Grupo Pesquera. Below are the excellent scores:


Condado de Haza Crianza 2014 | 93 Points
El Vinculo Paraje La Golosa Gran Reserva 2004 | 92 Points
Tinto Pesquera Crianza 2014 | 92 Points
Tinto Pesquera Reserva 2012 | 92 Points
Condado de Haza Alenza Gran Reserva 2006 | 92 Points
Dehesa La Granja 2009 | 91 Points