Villa del Camino Rioja Crianza 2013

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Villa del Camino Rioja Crianza 2013
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This blend of predominantly Tempranillo with 5% Mazuelo is aged for a minimum of 12 months in barrel, followed by a period of bottle ageing to soften the tannins and marry flavours. The flavours are rich and ripe, with acidity and tannins all held perfectly in check by the generous cherry fruit and darker, figgy tones. The perfect match for game meats, lamb or charcuterie.

Buy this if...you can't resist a classic Rioja.

Bakewell tart and fruit compote sprinkled with sweet vanilla spice. What's not to like?
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Percentage Alcohol

13.5

Region

Rioja

Grape Variety

Tempranillo

Country

Spain

Style

ArrayMedium-Bodied Red, Oaked Red

Vintage

2013

Food Match

ArrayBBQ, Lamb, Rice Dishes

Vegan

Vegan

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The Producer

Bodegas Navajas is a family run winery situated in the village of Navarrete, in the heart of the Rioja region. The bodega was founded in 1918 but it wasn’t until 1983 when the Navajas family finally took complete control of the winery which has seen a dramatic improvement in quality ever since. The Bodega is run by Antonio Navajas and his wife, Rosa Maria Gandarias. Their son, Roberto, is responsible for production and quality control and their daughter, Mercedes, is in charge of exports.
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The Winemaker

Son Roberto is in charge of the winemaking, with the classic ageing periods for Rioja wines. A brand new barrel ageing area installed in 2005 allows for a state-of-the-art winemaking facility combined with age-old tradition.

The Region

The Rioja region is in north eastern of Spain, located south of the Cantabrian Mountains, which help to isolate the region from the fierce winds and maritime influences. Most of Rioja’s wines are red made predominantly from the Tempranillo grape. The region has three districts: Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Baja. Rioja Alta is Rioja’s fullest in terms of fruit and concentration with lovely velvety smooth tastes. Reds are made predominantly from Tempranillo and Garnacha with Graciano and Carinena playing bit parts.
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Oregano Lamb Cutlets

Simple and quick to prepare, the delicate flavours of the lamb and herbs pair perfectly with smooth, soft reds. Try a lightly oaked Tempranillo.
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Tapas of Iberian Ham, Onion Compote and Foie Gras

Rich, salty and sweet at the same time, this tapas dish calls for an all-rounder to complement the flavours without overpowering them. Try plump, ripe Spanish reds or Californian styles for a good weight of fruit.

Chickpea & Broadbean Falafel

With complex layers of flavours, these delicious falafel make a great lunch, antipasto or supper dish and are equally versatile with wine matches - try anything from oaked whites to rich, ripe Southern European reds.
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