Founded in 1858 by Camilo Hurtado de Amezaga, Marques de Riscal is the oldest wineries in la Rioja, the Spanish wine-growing region par excellence.
Marqués de Riscal’s history is based on two fundamental values: tradition and innovation. These two concepts have allowed exceptional levels of quality, making its wines something unique.
Today, Marqués de Riscal continues to offer products of the highest quality, with organoleptic properties that transport the wine-lover to a world of intense sensations, now captured in the City of Wine project, a unique place to be enjoyed with all the senses and that puts the brand at the cutting edge of the market.
The stunning Bodegas de los Herederos del Marques de Riscal in Spain’s Rioja region took second place
Our Reserva is a blend of Tempranillo and Graciano that is aged 24 months in American oak, giving it a hint of the long cask aging with ripe, concentrated fruit aromas.”
For wine pairing with grilled lamb, try tempranillo. It’s the primary grape of North Central Spain, and you may have tried it if you’re familiar with Rioja.