Bodegas Vegamar, Crianza
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Bodegas Vegamar, Crianza - 2017

Item # 39033 750mL
$21.96/ Single Bottle
$131.76 $118.58/ Case of 6
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

A red wine that's aged in barrel for nearly a year giving a clear oaky slant to the palate. This is a more modern example of Spanish winemaking with a very fruity and oaky presence.

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Staff Pick Notes

For a long time good Spanish wine has been synonymous with Rioja or Ribera del Duero. Though more and more regions of Spain have gradually been putting out better wines. I think it is safe to add Valencia to this list of regions. This is Tempranillo dominant blend that will bring California drinkers to the table. Rustic fruit flavors but with a new world veneer. The influence of the oak is assertive but not dominating. Giving the wine healthy vanilla character and velveteen texture. Any winemaker will tell you it is difficult to balance between the distinct styles separated by the Atlantic Ocean. Which is why this bottle will make you double take after the first sip.

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