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Dense, bright cherry red in colour, with intense aromas of red fruits, bread and fine wood.
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 4 years
In the Basque region of Northern Spain, there is a long standing tradition of Gastronomic Societies, where men with a passion for food and drink form clubs to meet and cook, and appreciate fine food and wine. The result of one such group of friends was Bodegas Beronia. Beronia is named after the Berones, a warring Celtic tribe who inhabited the area in the 3rd Century BC.
Bodgeas Beronia nestles in the foothills of Mendiguerra, in the region known as Rioja Alta. Surrounded by the Sierra de Cantabria to the north and the Sierra de la Demanda to the south, Atlantic influences and the clay soils with a high chalk content combine to give perfect growing conditions.
Based on 3 Reviews
07 May 2013
Female, aged 55-64
This is one of the most 'sniffable' wines I have tried. Just love the bouquet then the wine is incredibly smooth on the palette with a superb finish. Never fails to impress. An absolute favourite that I come back to as a standard for riojas.
24 December 2012
Male, aged 65 or Over
This review is for the 2007 vintage
Made from the Tempranillo,Graciano and Mazuelo grape. Smooth and aromatic.
18 December 2012
Male, aged 45-54
This review is for the 2006 vintage
This is more old world in style which is to my liking, not as fruity with the oak quite prominent. It's fairly sweet and sour, a little spicy again from the oak but there is that real earthy, dusty, waxy feel in the mouth. Not to everyone's taste but if you like Rioja to be old world in style, oaky and rich this is a very good example.