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Bodegas Riojanas Canchales Vino Joven, Rioja

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Bodegas Riojanas Canchales Vino Joven, Rioja FOOD & WINE Wine Club Bodegas Riojanas Canchales Vino Joven, Rioja
Winery Bodegas Riojanas
Grape Tempranillo
Year 2011
Country Spain
Appellation Rioja

$12.00 per bottle

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Rioja’s joven (“young”) reds are aged two to three months at most; this example showcases their lively, fruity charm.
What You Need To Know
Rioja is best known for its glorious gran reservas—red wines that age for half a decade before release, the best of which improve in bottle for decades beyond. For immediate drinking, though, its jovens make a better bet. Based on the same signature grape, Tempranillo, joven Riojas are bottled not long after they’re finished fermenting, in the winter or spring following harvest. Generally oak-free, as with this example from Bodegas Riojanas, they’re fruity and straightforward, with lighter tannins that make them suitable for a wide range of foods. Bodegas Riojanas is a famous winery founded in 1890 that’s located in Rioja Alta, a subzone that’s a source of many of Rioja’s best wines.
Smell It
Smell It
Bursting with black cherry and plum scents.
Taste It
Taste It
Black cherry and orange zest flavors are juicy and vibrant.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to touch, or else slightly chilled.
Pair It
Pair It
Burgers, chops, meat loaf, roasted poultry.