£47.15/ 0.75 L btl
Roda and Roda I are two wines that have been aged together until they have matured for a year. At this point the definitive blending of each wine takes place. The distinguishing features of Roda I are its black fruit, its depth and mineral notes - a wine that flows smoothly but slowly.
NOTE: Decanting is recommended before serving.
What does this wine taste like?
|Ripe Picota cherry red / Purple rim / Deeply-coloured|
|Profound / Fruit aromas / Plums / Mineral notes / Chocolate|
|Voluminous / Fruit-forward / Complex / Enveloping / Well-integrated tannins / Fresh / Long|
Drinking and storing
Ratings and awards
|2016||93 PK||93 PN||96 SK||95 DC|
|2015||94 PK||94 PN|
best Rioja we've tasted
RODA I has a very special place in my heart. I'm a passionate lover of Riojas, but RODA I is perhaps the single best Reserva I've tasted. They select special grapes for this 'black' wine, the dark ruby colour hinting at its powerful yet beautifully harmonious flavour. It's not cheap but that's because it's so special. Try it!
simply the best Reserva I've tasted!
We love this wine. I don't think there's another one like it. Wonderful body and structure, excellent depth, dark fruit.
A Class Experience
Not the cheapest wine but worth every cent. The perfect compliment with meat. Full bodied and bursting with many flavours
One of the best!
A fullbody wine. One of my favorites! I highly recomend this one!!! This is a wine you always should have at home.😃
One of my favoriter!
This is à wine I can highley recomend . Fullbody and smooth . Try this wine if you never Done it Before!
Bodegas Roda was founded in 1987 by Mario Rotllant and Carmen Daurella, who used their surnames to create the winery's name. It is located in the heart of the most historic area of Rioja wine — the Barrio de la Estación. The design of their modern 21st century building sits alongside the more classical style of neighbouring wineries, some of which are among the oldest wineries in Rioja. The harmony between the two styles is also found in the Roda wines, which bring together...