Wine Spectator’s No. 1 Wine of 2020

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This Tempranillo-based red is aged for 10 years before release and comes from a leading pioneer of Spain’s Rioja region. Executive editor Thomas Matthews, who reviewed the wine, explains why Wine Spectator is honoring this 2010 vintage red as Wine of the Year for 2020.

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