Located in northern Spain along the banks of the Ebro River, Rioja consists of three designated sub-regions – Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Baja.
Soil: Complex and varied, primarily alluvial with limestone, calcareous clay rich in iron. Slightly alkaline, low in organic matter with a moderate supply of water.
Climate: Mediterranean benefiting from the confluence of the Atlantic and Mediterranean sea.
Grapes: Red – Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano and Mazuelo.
White – Viura, Malvasia and white Garnacha.
Wines: Complex with a reputation for ageing.
Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva are the best known wines; elegance, harmony and tact.
Jovenes are excellent when young; substantial and powerful.
Riojas are typically well balanced in color and acidity.
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MARQUES DE VARGAS Gran Reserva RIOJA
MARQUES DE VARGAS Reserva RIOJA
Rioja Alavesa HERMANOS FRIAS DEL VAL Joven
Rioja Alavesa HERMANOS FRIAS DEL VAL Crianza
Chiton Red CRIANZA, Rioja, Marques del Atrio
Chiton Red RESERVA, Rioja, Marques del Atrio
Chiton Red JOVEN, Rioja, Marques del Atrio