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A worker unloading a basket of grapes (above) into a truck at a vineyard in La Rioja region, Spain. Spanish wines offer a distinctive taste which pairs well with Asian cuisines such as Gran Clos, 1996, Bodega Jose Fuentes, Priorato and Rioja 1968, Bodegas Muga, Rioja Alta. For contrast, Le Plus de la Fleur de Bouard 2005, Lalande-de-Pomerol from Bordeaux provides the perfect foil to festive spreads.

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A worker unloading a basket of grapes into a truck at a vineyard in La Rioja region, Spain. Spanish wines offer a distinctive taste which pairs well with Asian cuisines such as Gran Clos, 1996, Bodega Jose Fuentes, Priorato and Rioja 1968, Bodegas Muga, Rioja Alta. For contrast, Le Plus de la Fleur de Bouard 2005, Lalande-de-Pomerol from Bordeaux provides the perfect foil to festive spreads.

BT_20160212_WINE12B_2111654.jpg
A worker unloading a basket of grapes into a truck at a vineyard in La Rioja region, Spain. Spanish wines offer a distinctive taste which pairs well with Asian cuisines such as Gran Clos, 1996, Bodega Jose Fuentes, Priorato and Rioja 1968, Bodegas Muga, Rioja Alta. For contrast, Le Plus de la Fleur de Bouard 2005, Lalande-de-Pomerol from Bordeaux provides the perfect foil to festive spreads.
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A toast to all-season wines

Wines from the Rioja region of Spain make for perfect festive pairings.
Feb 12, 2016 5:50 AM

LOOKING for a couple of reds for the family's traditional New Year's Day lunch, with a menu of raw fish salad and noodles, I looked for soft, fruity reds which would take almost any Asian cuisine in their strides. For comparison and contrast, I picked out from Bordeaux, Le Plus de la Fleur de

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