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Campo Viejo Rioja Reserva 75cl - Sainsburys - £6.65

£6.65 @ Sainsbury's
Description Garnet ruby red in colour with brick coloured rim. Aromas of ripe berries and vanilla. A rounded wine full of flavour. Campo Viejo Reserva has intense cherry, black plum,…
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Description

Garnet ruby red in colour with brick coloured rim. Aromas of ripe berries and vanilla. A rounded wine full of flavour.



Campo Viejo Reserva has intense cherry, black plum, and ripe, juicy blackberries. This is balanced with the oak characters of vanillin and cloves with an elegant and lingering finish.



Bodegas Campo Viejo have been part of the history of winemaking in Rioja from the outset. Its origins date back to 1959 when two small Rioja wine cellars with a long tradition, Beristain y Ortigüela, joined forces to create Bodegas Campo Viejo. The Juan Alcorta Bodega is built on a plateau planted with vines. It has panoramic views where you can enjoy a glass of Rioja looking out over Ebro Valley and the Sierra de Cantabria mountains. Campo Viejo Rioja Reserva is made using carefully selected grapes and vinified at a controlled temperature, this wine spends 18 months in oak casks and further 18 months ageing in bottle to round it off.



ABV: 13.



Units per 125ml: 1.6.

Dietary Information

Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Manufacturer

Juan Alcorta,

Campino de Lapuebla 50,

26006 Logrono,

Spain.

Preparation

Delicious with red meats, game, roasts, mature and blue cheeses.
Country of Origin

Spain
Packaging

Bottle
Alcohol

Alcoholic content: 9.75 units

Alcohol by volume: 13%

Tasting notes: C

Serving suggestion: Garnet ruby red in colour with brick coloured rim. Aromas of ripe berries and vanilla. A rounded wine full of flavour.

Current vintage: 2004

Wine colour: Red

Producer: Domecq Bodegas

Grape variety: Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo

Type of closure: Natural Cork

Storage instructions: This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 10 years

Wine maker: Elena Adell

Vinification: Campo Viejo Rioja Reserva is made using carefully selected grapes and vinified at a controlled temperature, this wine spends 18 months in oak casks and further 18 months ageing in bottle to round it off.

History: Bodegas Campo Viejo have been part of the history of winemaking in Rioja from the outset. Its origins date back to 1959 when two small Rioja wine cellars with a long tradition, Beristain y Ortigüela, joined forces to create Bodegas Campo Viejo.
Storage

This wine can be enjoyed now or carefully stored for up to 10 years from purchase.
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#1
Our staple plonk, but I'm sure the price is this @ Costco all year round, sometimes lower with promos?
#2
Your staple plonk is £6.65? Our posh wine is £6.65!
#3
Lakeside
Your staple plonk is £6.65? Our posh wine is £6.65!


Nothing over 3 quid in this house! (unless it's NZ Sauv Blanc of course).
#4
Arent wine deals in supermarkets typically a con?
#5
Besford

Nothing over 3 quid in this house! (unless it's NZ Sauv Blanc of course).

Proud of you mate! I will go to £3.33 for a 3 for a tenner deal but that's assuming we've got visitors!
#6
And always beware supermarkets trying to flog specially labelled "christmas wine" - it will take like ****.
#7
True Mr M but I have also found that the same rule doesn't apply for beer - Most Christmas related beers do seem to be brill!
#8
It may be a matter of taste, but I don't find that Campo Veijo Reserve is any better than Faustino VII, which is always generally cheaper. Might just be me though.
#9
mccririck
Arent wine deals in supermarkets typically a con?

not always, although they do regularly try and convince you that some cats p!ss like Banrock Station retails at 9 quid a bottle or something ridiculous to make you feel better about paying 'only' 4£ for it...

but the properly good deals are pretty scarce really

this gets a cold vote from me i'm afraid, totally standard price for this, and prob slightly too much at that.
#10
kebabthief
It may be a matter of taste, but I don't find that Campo Veijo Reserve is any better than Faustino VII, which is always generally cheaper. Might just be me though.


Yum :) Both my favourites.
1 Like #11
My absolute fave is
http://www.majestic.co.uk/Assets/Majestic/Client/products/1/4/3/14323_p.jpg
and for special occassions:
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_vXzwfkjRSPc/S8bMJsmntaI/AAAAAAAAAgc/nScF6k5eefg/s1600/photo.jpg

But as they are both over £3 a bottle, no-one here would be interested;)

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