Rioja seems to be a thing for me at the moment. Few miss the mark in terms of quality and they seem leanly priced. This wine from Burgo Viejo is a blend of 85% tempranillo 10% garnacha and 5% mazuelo. It has aromatics of blueberry, earth and juicy blackberries. These aromatics carry through to the palate, with the addition of some fleshy texture and plum characters. This is a very drinkable wine indeed, and is balanced with a medium length finish. The bottle disappeared quickly from the table.