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  1. Rioja Cune Crianza
    Rioja Cune Crianza
    Country Spain
    Bottle Size 75cl
    ABV 13.5%
    Dryness Dry
    Superb red wine from the 140 year old CVNE winery at Haro in the heart of Rioja Learn More
    £6.99
    SAVE £3.00 on UK price
    Rioja Cune Crianza is available to buy in increments of 6
  2. Rioja Marques de Caceres Crianza
    Rioja Marques de Caceres Crianza
    Country Spain
    Bottle Size 75cl
    ABV 14%
    Dryness Dry
    Robust and spicy Rioja exemplifying the world-renowned quality of Marques de Caceres Learn More
    £7.99
    SAVE £4.00 on UK price
    Rioja Marques de Caceres Crianza is available to buy in increments of 6
  3. Rioja Cune Gran Reserva
    Rioja Cune Gran Reserva
    Country Spain
    Bottle Size 75cl
    ABV 14%
    Dryness Dry
    Expertly crafted from the finest grapes selected from vineyards situated in the Rioja Alta Learn More
    £13.99
    SAVE £3.00 on UK price
    Rioja Cune Gran Reserva is available to buy in increments of 1
  4. Rioja Torres Altos Ibericos
    Rioja Torres Altos Ibericos
    Country Spain
    Bottle Size 75cl
    ABV 14%
    Dryness Dry

    From the heart of Rioja Alavesa, this is a quality red wine with character and great aging potential

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    £5.99
    SAVE £6.00 on UK price
    Rioja Torres Altos Ibericos is available to buy in increments of 6
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About Rioja Wine

The Rioja wine region is situated in northern Spain, and spans the autonomous communities of La Rioja and Navarre, as well as the province of Álava. It is broadly divided into three separate sub-regions - Alta, Alavesa and Baj - with the first two having a continental climate and the latter having more of a Mediterranean climate. The Cantabrian Mountains, situated to the north of the region, offer protection against harsher Atlantic influences.

Around 80 percent of all wine produce in the Rioja region is red, with common grape varieties including Garnacha, Tempranillo and Mazuelo. However, both white and rosé wine are also produced in the region, with the main white wine grape varieties including Viura and Malvasía. Rioja's red wines, in particular, are notable for their oak influences, while the Alta sub-region has a strong reputation globally for its 'old style' approach.

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