Graciano Wine

Rioja’s silent partner Graciano often features with Tempranillo in these classic Spanish wines but tends to be limited to a cameo role. It’s much loved for its ability to pep up a blend with rich berried perfume and dark colour, slightly less so for its low yields. If you’re lucky, you might find it as a single varietal wine in Rioja or neighbouring regions. Try it with grilled lamb kebabs or rich, meaty stews.

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