The wines of the Rioja Reserva category reach the market in their fourth year. They are traditional wines that have aged in oak barrels and bottles for a minimum of 36 months in total, or 24 months in the case of whites and rosés. In our online shop you can find a very good selection of Rioja Reserva at the best price.
Viña Ardanza Reserva 2015
Viña Real Reserva 2015
Coto de Imaz Reserva 2017
Barón de Ley Reserva 2017
Muga Reserva Selección Especial 2016
Viña Tondonia Reserva 2008
Hacienda López de Haro Reserva 2016
Paternina Banda Roja Reserva 2016
Marqués de Riscal Reserva 2017
Remelluri Reserva 2013
Roda I 2016
Azabache Reserva 2017
Vivanco Reserva 2014
Luis Cañas Selección de la Familia 2016
Marqués de Murrieta Reserva 2016
Luis Cañas Reserva 2015
Viña Bosconia Reserva 2010
Honorable de Gómez Cruzado 2016
Cune Reserva 2017
Finca Martelo Reserva 2015
Marqués de Cáceres Reserva 2016
Señorío de Ondarre Reserva 2016
Viña Pomal Reserva Centenario 2015
Altanza Reserva 2015
Barón de Ley Finca Monasterio 2016
Lagunilla Reserva 2015
Contino Reserva 2016
Ramón Bilbao Reserva 2015
Pata Negra Reserva 2016
Rioja Santiago Reserva 2015
Cune Imperial Reserva 2017
Lan Reserva 2015
Izadi Selección 2017
Cerro Añón Reserva 2016
What are the best Rioja Reserva red wines?
If there is one wine that can be considered the archetype of Rioja Reserva, that would be Viña Tondonia Reserva, a sensational wine in every sense of the word. Next to it, two other great classics are Vina Ardanza and Marques de Murrieta Reserva. Three wines that shouldn't be tasted once in a lifetime but chosen frequently with no hesitation.
Other not so well-known Rioja Reservas but equally outstanding are Honorable de Gomez Cruzado, Valenciso and Gran Vino from Finca la Emperatriz, three Reservas that satisfy both classic palates and lovers of more modern wines. Not forgetting Selección Especial from Muga, a Reserva with its own personality: the Muga style.
How long can a Rioja Reserva be kept?
These wines have been conceived for ageing. A good Rioja Reserva, both red and white, can be kept for about 8-10 years from its release to the market. Those of a more humble range will endure a little less, but still for 5-6 years without any problem.