It’s Ireland’s favourite wine, or at least there’s a chestnut that keeps getting passed around that claims so. Thing is, it ain’t all just oaky Tempranillo, big hats and gold nets. There’s a range of soils, altitude and winemaking ideas. In the Basque part of Rioja you'll also find wines made from co-fermented red and white grapes. They also do insanely good Grenache, and some incredible whites. This box has it all!

  • Inconsciente, Tempranillo Blanco (white Rioja from white Tempranillo!)
  • El Mozo, 'Herrigoia' (carbonic co-ferment paysan Rioja)
  • Letargo, Rioja Crianza (the stylistic benchmark you all know and love)
  • Insensato, Garnacha (the other red Rioja)
  • El Mozo, Malaspiedras (new wave old vine natural Rioja)
  • Tio Martin, Rioja Crianza (old school big boy Crianza)




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