Over the past several years, we've featured several outstanding Riojas just starting to hit their peak drinking window. These are our favorite types of wines, because instead of having to wait a few years for the bottles to fully mature, these beauties are ready to pop, pour and enjoy. Such is the case for the Voche Reserva Rioja 2014. Their Reserva comes from a historic vineyard called El Barranco, a dramatic, high-altitude landscape at the very edge of the Rioja Alta appellation. It's the ideal terroir for producing fine, elegant, and traditional Rioja with amazing cellaring potential. Aromas of baked plums, bright black and red cherries, vanilla, and wild rosemary show off a wine that’s complete and harmonious.
"Complex and intense nose of dark fruit, licorice and dry leaf with baking spice and flowery notes. Delicate and juicy on the palate." Decanter Magazine, 95 Points