Villa del Camino Rioja Reserva 2011

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Villa del Camino Rioja Reserva 2011
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From the family run winery Bodegas Navajas in the centre of the Rioja region, this is made from 95% Tempranillo and 5% Mazuelo and aged for up to three years before release. The nose has lots of ripe black fruit aromas leading to bramble fruit and vanilla flavours with an enticing long rich velvety finish. An ideal partner with roast leg of lamb.

Buy this like dark, mature reds.

Serious yet seductive, this Reserva shows just why Rioja is one of our favourite imports...
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Grape Variety





ArrayMedium-Bodied Red, Oaked Red



Food Match

ArrayGame Meats, Lamb, Rice Dishes



Regular Price: £13.49

Special Price £10.99

  • Meet The Producer

  • Customer Reviews

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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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Tom Cannavan Reviews

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

"A Reserve, so a minimum of two years ageing is required, at least one of which has to be in barrels, but this eight-year-old example wears the velvet and ermine robes of a wine that’s been given a luxuriously extended time, deep with coffee and chocolate, lush with ripe tobacco-tinged autumnal berries. There’s masses of spice, coconut and vanilla from its toasty French and American barrels, in some ways a good old-fashioned Rioja style, but with plenty of ripe fruit too. Nice to have a mature, plush and big-hearted red like this to turn to"

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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Villa Del Camino rioja 2011 a real beauty full bodied, best one I have had in years.

By James on 08th March 2019


Excellent Wine

We enjoyed this wine and found it very easy to drink. Full of flavour

By John on 08th February 2019

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Venison Stew with Sage-infused Carrots

Rich, earthy flavours call for rich, earthy wines. Thankfully most countries offer a red that fits this category, and an aged Rioja fits the bills perfectly with its notes of sweet and savoury spice with dark, dried fruit flavours. We really like a Reserva Rioja with this dish.
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Roast Lamb with Herb Butter

Lamb is a classic match for Tempranillo, with the smooth tannins and sweet flavours of the wine perfectly matching this simple, easy roast. Try our Rioja Reserva from Villa del Camino.
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Mushroom Risotto and Caramelised Onions

The wholesome, rich and earthy flavours of mushroom risotto pair perfectly aged and oaked reds. As this risotto is baked it gives you the perfect opportunity to crack open a bottle of your favourite Rude Rioja and let it breathe before serving.
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