£13.40/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Violet glints|
|Wild fruits / Liquorice / Balanced / Roasted notes / Violets|
|Delicate / Rounded / Polished tannins / Lovely / Cocoa|
Drinking and storing
Grilled wild mushrooms / Sirloin steak / Grilled vegetables / Rice dishes / Oily fish
Ratings and awards
Less than average Rioja
The wine lacks the typical Rioja taste from Pomal, which in my opinion is oak, a bit of licorice and a touch of vanilla.
Quality wine with very nice price
Fruity and balanced structure, fruity and full taste with very small glimpse of bitterness. I tried it with Manchego cheese, worked very well together.
This light and fruity Rioja is perfect to enjoy with lunch as it's less full-bodied but still a distinctive flavour albeit a tad lighter
Quite good Rioja Spanish wine, a little rough but still nice, deep coloured and soft aftertaste. Good with red meat and pasta.
A very nice Rioja for the money. There are better out there, however, a you would have to pay double at least.
|Ageing period||12 months|
|Barrel age||New and sused|
|Type of wood||American oak|
|Surface area||90.00 hectares|
Bodegas Bilbainas was established in 1901, when a group of Bilbao businessmen bought the winery from French producers who had created it in 1859 as a result of the phylloxera crisis in Bordeaux. Reference brand of Rioja red for many years, currently Bodegas Bilbainas is the largest vineyard owner in La Rioja Alta, with more than 250 hectares located in the municipality of Haro. Since its origins, the winery has specialized in farm wines that it produces based on the type of...