From the label to the bottle itself to the wine inside the Vivanco Rioja Crianza has a lot of nice things going on.
100% Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain. The wine spends 16 months in previously used French and American oak barrels followed by another 6 months in bottle before release.
Sample submitted for review. The Vivanco Rioja Crianza has an SRP of $15 and is available for as low as $12. Imported by Opici Wines.
This red wine is the result of careful selection of estate-owned vineyards planted with Tempranillo. The wine was then aged for 16 months in French and American oak barrels.
Joan Miro, Le Troubador, 1974. Our bottle is inspired by an 18th-century original. Both pieces on display at the Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine.
The 2013 Vivanco Rioja Crianza opens with very pleasant aromas of black cherry, plum, and spice plus a little vanilla, licorice and anise. There's plenty to discover in this one so sniff away! The wine tastes juicy and medium-bodied with similar flavors to the nose and good acidity. Toasty oak notes lead into the long, dry finish featuring some underlying tart and juicy citrus notes. It's really quite good with a lot of good things going on.
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2013 Vivanco Rioja Crianza
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