Wine "Cune" Crianza, 2011
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Reviews of purchase "Cune" Crianza, 2011
Wine burgundy color with bluish highlights.
The wine has a delicate, rounded taste with an excellent balance of acidity and freshness in the aftertaste sweetish notes.
Intense aroma of the wine reveals notes of berries and licorice, complemented perfectly balanced nuances of vanilla and toast.
Wine harmonizes perfectly with grilled red meats, grilled veal chops, fried mushrooms, sausages and the majority of Mediterranean cuisine.
Red Wine "Cune" Crianza is based on Tempranillo grapes grown in the vineyards of Rioja Alta, with the addition of varieties Garnacha Tinta and Mazuela. Climate, influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, clay and limestone soil, rich in iron and many other trace elements, creating particularly favorable conditions for ripening grape Tempranillo, which is the hallmark of Spain. Assembled by hand harvest subjected to rigorous control and sorting. Then the berries are separated from the ridges. Short maceration and subsequent fermentation carried out in stainless steel at a controlled temperature of 26-28 ° C. For vinification used American oak barrels in which the wine is aged for about 12 months. After bottling, "Kune" Kriantsa for at least 6 months spent in the bottle. This wine can be drunk as young and a few years after manufacture.
"Sune" - the name created in 1879 the winery, which began the history now known companies CVNE. Sune and today is located in Rioja Alta and is one of the model farms Rioja - the world-famous wine region of Spain.
Northern Spain Wine Company (CVNE), founded in 1879 by brothers Raimundo and Real de Azua Eusebio, considered the oldest winery in Spain. Eusebio poor health, the doctor recommended that the dry climate, the cause for which the brothers decided to settle in the province. By choosing to stay Aro city, located in the Rioja Alta, they quickly appreciated the high potential of the region's wine and decided to engage in this kind of business.
The first wine "Cune", represented by CVNE, bore the name of the winery. It came at a time when French vineyards were revived after the phylloxera epidemic, and lack of market famous French wines reimbursed Spanish winemakers.
Another milestone for the company was the wine "Monopole", proposed by the consumer in 1915. This wine, which immediately became a classic white Rioja, is by far the oldest brand of Spanish white wine.
Not received less recognition and wine "Imperial". Introduced in 1920, it was made of autochthonous Spanish grapes grown in their own vineyards, farms, and also become a classic Rioja.
Today CVNE - a family owned company, managed by the fifth generation of the dynasty. She is in the top five of the best wineries in Rioja, owns 600 hectares of vineyards and about 50% of the berries buys from other farms. Keeping true to the tradition, the leaders CVNE always welcomed innovative approach to work in the vineyards and wineries, while focusing particular attention on the quality of products. For the Spanish CVNE is one of the most famous brands of Rioja, which is associated with premium quality wines.