A complex, mature Reserva from Navarra's renowned Bodegas de Sarria. The region lies next door to Rioja, but also likes to use Bordeaux grapes. Blended from Cabernet, Garnacha and Graciano with two years in barrel, it's deliciously toasty and long.
Enjoy the silky fruit and toasty complexity of Rioja? Here's one to try that's a little different. It's made with a large portion of Cabernet, complemented by Spain's native Garnacha and Graciano. That's typical of Navarra, a region in the northeast, next door to Rioja, but one that's as influenced by France as it is by its neighbour. As long ago as the 1980s, it was experimenting with Bordeaux grapes alongside the Spanish. This appealing, silky and complex red is from Bodegas de Sarria, a winery that lies at the heart of the Pilgrim's Way, not far from Pamplona. They are renowned for quality. Matured for two years in oak, the rest in bottle, this is a complex, long flavoured red, delicious with roast lamb or a well spiced casserole.
"More claret-like, but smoother than any claret at this price! Delicious. Not a rough edge anywhere"
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