Exploring the wines of Bodegas Ochoa


The Ochoa family have a long winemaking history and Javier and his daughters, Adriana and Beatrice, are both seen as pioneers for the Navarra region in northern Spain. Throughout March and April, we are showcasing the breadth of the family’s winemaking skills with a selection of red, white and sweet wines available to try by the glass; find out more about these wines below.

Bodegas Ochoa makes exciting styles of wine, both modern and classic. The reds, made from Tempranillo and traditional Bordeaux varieties, show powerful dark fruits flavours with spice and savoury character; while the whites are fresh and aromatic from native and international grape varieties.


Ochoa Calendas Blanco 2014/15

 Fruity and fresh with floral notes. The Viura grape has high acidity that creates refreshing wines while Chardonnay brings the structure. 

Ochoa Uvadoble 2014
Fresh and delicate with aromas of citrus, apricot and stone fruits. Creamy texture from the Viognier and good acidity from Viura.

Ochoa Calendas Tinto 2015

Intense and ripe red berry aromas from the Garnacha grape and good structure with round tannin from the Tempranillo.

Ochoa Mil Gracias 2010

Very ripe black fruit with white pepper aromas and mineral notes. Medium to full body with soft and pleasant tannins.

Ochoa Reserva 2009

With ripe black fruit and spicy aromas, it is a full-bodied wine balanced with round tannins.

Ochoa Moscatel Vendimia Tardia 2014 

Great aromaticity with notes of honey, toasted bread, raisins and orange blossom. Well balanced with a silky texture.


Why not join us to taste these wines – book your table at one of our wine bars today.

To buy these wines online, visit our online shop.