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Nestled in the ‘Mediterranean’ Rioja, the Navarrsotillo family owns about 70 hectares of premium organic vineyards that benefit from cool winters and hot, dry summers. Throughout the winter, the land is not worked to encourage the growth of natural vegetation that supports the vineyard’s ecosystem. This estate has been pioneering organic Rioja for decades and their quality is unrivalled.
Medium bodied and smooth, our classic Rioja is rich with juicy blackberry and cherry flavours and a hint of vanilla spice.
There are no rules but this is perfect with a Sunday roast, moussaka or stuffed peppers.
Contains sulphur dioxide / sulphites
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
Brothers Ramón and Patxi have lived and breathed winemaking since 1995. They wouldn’t consider using any method other than organic, believing that the rhythm of nature and the biodiversity of their vineyards gives them better quality grapes. They love the peace of winter in their Rioja vineyard, when they can painstakingly prune the vines for the next season.
They wouldn’t consider using any method other than organic
Pronounced ‘ree-oh-ha’, Rioja is Spain’s most famous wine.
The Rioja region sits in the north of Spain, just below the Pyrenees. It benefits from cooler winters and long, dry summers.
Yes, this a rich, velvety red wine that’s a perfect partner for roast beef.
Although similar in style, the real difference between Rioja and Malbec lies in their ageing potential. Gran Reserva Rioja can be cellared for up to 30 years.