Found at Co-op. Very nice — 5 days ago
A very competent Rioja Reserva recommended by an Argentine friend for tapas meal out. Bright & confident in its cherry & vanilla notes, with enough barrel age to round it out & give some balsamic- as in aged, quality balsamic-depth. Kind of like a haircut that doesn’t surprise or disappoint. And a decent restaurant bottle under 40$ is always a good thing… — 5 months ago
Very nice, super smooth. Just the right amount of tannins for my taste. — 4 months ago
Had in Scotland with steak - stood up to lots of garlic dishes and steak. Solid and dry, unfortunately we don’t get it in NH! :( — a year ago
Easy going on a spring afternoon by the pool. Vintage 2011. — 3 years ago
A very smooth, very light Rioja. Not overly spicy, very easy to drink (especially for $13) — 6 years ago
Sometimes( mostly), trusting the importer is good common sense.
So @VineST.Imports brings in this underpriced ( value?) Rioja Blanco.
Lots of coconuty wood and a touch of creaminess on the nose, It’s bright and creamy on the palate, hints of vegetal both nose/palate. Nice with a tuna & white bean pasta salad. The oak lingers on the palate but still persists in being creamy, no sharp edges. Nice qpr.
Thanks@Andrea — 5 months ago
Beautiful with Duck. 👌 — 2 years ago
Light to medium bodied. Aromas of a ripe fruit. Moderately complex palette and decent after taste. Would drink again. — 5 years ago