|Production||650,000 - 680,000 bottles|
£22.70/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Intense|
|Ripe red fruit / Plums / Tobacco / Spices|
|Powerful / Full / Vigorous tannins|
Drinking and storing
Feathered game / Oven-baked oily fish / Semi-cured cheeses
Ratings and awards
|2018||90 PN||91 SK||97 DC|
I bought this because I drank this wine at a restaurant in Madrid pre Covid. I wondered whether the "wine experience" would survive the different situation (lockdown London versus amazing Madrid restaurant). It did! Very happy with price point for such an amazing Ribera. Pretty much fully mature, retaining some serious fruit. Highly recommended.
I discovered this wine because it was my friend’s favorite and i ended up even visiting the bodega with its spa. It is great to drink with meat and hot meals, perfect for Christmas!
Arzuaga Crianza 2017
Always one of my favourite wines and this batch did not fail to deliver once again. Goes really well with slow cooked lamb or steak. Highly recommended.
Stunning simply beautiful
Absolute value for money,well under priced,lamb and beef and simply on its own,this represents ribera del durro great wine,great producer.
A great wine!
Fabulous with tons of flavour, heady and great value for such a big, tasty wine. A lovely oaky taste and plenty of alcohol.
|Ageing period||16 months|
|Type of wood||American and French oak|
Bodegas Arzuaga Navarro
Founded in the early 90s by the Arzuaga Navarro family, the winery that bears his name stands near the Duero river, on the road that connects Soria with Valladolid. The building is a song to the stone, a solid and rustic monastic evocation, with its arcades, its towers and the bell tower. It was Florentino Arzuaga, a great wine lover, who founded Bodegas Arzuaga-Navarro after buying Finca La Planta, located in the Valladolid town of Quintanilla de Onésimo. Then came the...