CVNE "Cune Crianza" Rioja

Half-Bottle of CVNE "Cune Crianza" Rioja - 2018

Item # 48644 375mL
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$131.88 $118.69/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Hand harvested and destalked before fermentation. Following alcoholic fermentation the wine was transferred to American oak casks where it remained for at least 12 months.

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About the Producer

Compañia Vinícola del Norte de España Haro, Rioja Alta Rioja, Spain Compañia Vinícola del Norte de España, more commonly known as CVNE, was founded in 1879 by two brothers, Eusibio and Raimondo Real de Asúa. Today CVNE owns a total of 600 hectares of vineyards land between Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa. The company has been an integral part of the Rioja region’s ascendance in the world of fine...

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