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Beronia Reserva Rioja
Beronia Reserva Rioja
Beronia Reserva Rioja
Beronia Reserva Rioja

Beronia Reserva Rioja

Smooth, sleek & earthy Rioja

Juicy black cherry fruit is overlaid with more earthy notes of leather and coconut. The wine is underpinned by a smooth, sleek texture and fine tannins.

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Wine at a glance

Colour glass of Red
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Medium Bodied
  • Bin no: 689853
  • Size: 75cl
  • Alc Vol: 14.00 %vol
  • Vintage: 2013
  • Closure: Cork
  • Grape: Tempranillo Graciano Mazuelo
  • Region: Rioja , Spain
  • Special Features: Vegetarian - Vegan

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Expert reviews

Beronia Reserva Rioja with roast leg of lamb

"Before you try this wine, take a moment to stick your nose in the glass for a good old whiff to take in that delicious smell. It'll prepare you for juicy dark-cherry fruit flavours and the velvety and luscious texture.

This gorgeous rioja is a real treat, the most beautiful accompaniment for the roast lamb recipe. In fact every aspect of this pairing – from the delicious potatoes to the mint sauce - is complementary. "

Aberlour A'bunadh review from Anne Jones, Wine Specialist, Waitrose Cellar
Phillip Schofield · Waitrose Weekend
Description

Rioja, Spain’s flagship wine region

Nestled between the Sierra de Cantabria and Sierra de la Demanda, in the north of Spain around 80 miles south of Bilbao, Rioja, Spain’s flagship wine region, is home to more than 600 wineries.
Spanning an area a little more than 60 miles long, by 25 miles wide along the banks of the river Ebro.
Rioja’s unique geographic location makes it perfect for wine production, with the surrounding mountains moderating both the cooling effects of the Atlantic and the intense heat of the Mediterranean.

Rioja produces a diverse range of wines, from young, sprightly whites to mature, barrel aged reds.
The Tempranillo grape is king in the region, producing reds and roses in an array of styles but Garancha, Graciano, Maturana and Mazuelo all play important roles both in blends and increasingly on their own as single varietals.
White wines from the region range from fresh, zesty styles to traditional styles barrel aged in barrels for months, sometimes years.