Selection of the month



“Rioja vs Ribera”

1 Sierra Cantabria Crianza 2015 (DOCa Rioja)
1 Ostatu Selección 2014 (DOCa Rioja)
1 Compañía de Vinos Telmo Rodríguez LZ 2017 (DOCa Rioja)
1 Compañía de Vinos Telmo Rodríguez Gazur 2017 (DO Ribera del Duero)
1 Finca Villacreces 2015 (DO Ribera del Duero)
1 Vizcarra 2015 (Magnum) (DO Ribera del Duero)

Special Price for the members of “El Club”: €88.95

This month's selection "faces" three Rioja wines and three Ribera del Duero wines, two denominations of origin where the Tempranillo (also called Tinto Fino and Tinta del País) is the star variety. With clay-calcareous soils, the differences between both regions lie in the climate. Two different rivers (Ebro and Duero) mark the way. Rioja is characterized by a continental climate with soft winters and not too hot autumns, which gives fruity and nuanced wines. Ribera del Duero has a more rigorous and semi-arid continental climate, with extreme and long winters and summers, resulting in more concentrated and bodied wines. Six bottles, one of them in magnum size, to toast in the autumn.