On its way at last! Serious Rioja from the 1970's for as little as $84.00 a Bottle!‏

Rioja 1970s $84

40 Year Old Rioja from for around $100 a Bottle! Be quick stocks are dwindling rapidly!


It has been a long time in the process but at last our aged Rioja is on the way to Burgundy to go into our next container.


Our offers were very keenly received and we are now down to the last bottles. However, there are some great bottles left - many of them from the legendary 1970's. And they are great value. Where else can you 40 year old wines for as little as $84.00? These are amazing bargains.


The region of Rioja remains the king of red wines in Spain, despite the fact that these days, there are less top producers making traditional wines than there were in the past. The wines are traditionally a blend of varieties with Tempranillo to the fore, aged for extended periods in old barrels.

Rioja is as age-worthy as the wines of Bordeaux and Burgundy, yet it flies under the radar compared to its more well-known peers. This means that a stellar bottle of aged or age-worthy Rioja can be procured for far less than a similarly rated bottle of Bordeaux or Burgundy. It remains a great bargain in today's wine world.


Palacio 1978

We have a range of wines largely from the 1970's still available. All are top vintages. In fact 1970 is generally spoken of as "the Vintage of the Century". Prices start at $84.00 for a 40-year-old wine! But be aware - quantities are now very low.


To view and order the wines on our website click here. Most listings show photos of the actual bottles. Orders may also be placed by email to sales@grandmillesime.com.au or by phone. Mix and match and make up a 6-Pack or Dozen. Don't miss these exciting aged wines.


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Grand Millesime Pty Ltd

21 Toorak Road

South Yarra

Vic 3141


Phone: (03) 9326 5737


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Cellar Reserve Wines


Our cellar reserve selection includes a number of old Rioja back to the 1920's as well as some incredible aged wines from across Europe.


To view them all click here.






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