£ 6.09/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Cune Crianza 2016
Bottle size and vintage
The Cune Crianza is an iconic wine, and one of those which by themselves go a long way to explaining the history of Rioja. It encompasses all the fine qualities of reds from the Rioja Alta and a good deal of traditional wine-making methods.
The wine is aged in American oak until it acquires the balance and delicateness that characterise it. The aromas of red berries, eucalyptus and pepper intermingle with hints of tobacco leaf, offering a recognisable nose year after year. On the palate it's fresh and complex at the same time, pure harmony.
Cured cheeses / Riojan style potatoes
- Vinification material:Wood
- Ageing period:12 months
- Type of wood:American oak
- ViewBright / Violet glints / Cherry red
- Bouquet:Tobacco / Pepper / Eucalyptus / Berries
- Mouth:Complex / Fresh / Harmonious
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 15ºC and 17ºC
Great service, faulous wines
Only way to access some of the finest Spanish wines living in France. Cune wines are one of my favourites, vinissimus deliver - great service, excellent packaging and great wines!by: Lou (17 Jun) - Vintage 2016
Very good value 'everyday' wine. Easy to drink and compliments most food. A must red to stock up on.by: email@example.com (12 Jun) - Vintage 2016
Cune Crianza 2016
Very easy drinking Rioja nice and dry slightly acidic but well balanced fruit and tabaccoby: Bron (2 Mar) - Vintage 2016
Modern style Rioja with fine integrated flavours and at a price that is good value for money. An easy drinking red.by: Shaun Towers (27/11/2019) - Vintage 2016
Better than the 2015
I have purchased around 40 bottles of the 2015 vintage (50 cl) and am thoroughly enjoying them. My last order was short on 3 bottles so Vinissimus substituted 3 bottles of this for me to try. I am really glad they did, it is more expensive but has a greater depth of flavour and I will most definitely be buying more!
Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España - CVNE
The Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España, CVNE —or 'Cune', as it's known locally in Haro— was founded in 1879 and was one of the first wineries in La Rioja to bottle wine. What started out as the project of two brothers (Raimundo and Eusebio Real de Asúa) continues today in the hands of the same family (now the fifth generation) and comprises four wineries: CVNE, Imperial (an independent winery within the original CVNE winery), Viña Real and Viñedos del Contino. ...