The grape used in the production of this wine is Tempranillo Blanco, an indigenous minority variety exclusive to the Rioja QDO. Each variety is handled separately in production. The wines obtained remain in contact with their lees in stainless steel tanks for four months.
What does this wine taste like?
|Yellow / Pale / Greenish glints / Clean / Bright|
|Floral scents / Fruit aromas / Peach / Green apple|
|Fresh / Unctuous / Balanced / Crunchy|
Drinking and storing
Rice dishes, Tapas, Salads, White meats, Creams, cream soups, Fish, Seafood, Molluscs, Crustaceans
I tried this wine recently on holiday and enjoyed it very much, so much so I bought some when I came home and was not disappointed. The wine is lovely served chilled on its own or with food. I will certainly be buying more and recommending this to friends.
Very easy to drink everyday white!
We tried this wine when on the tour at the vineyard. It's one of our favourites everyday whites and a very good price. One of the better white Riojan wines we've found.
A white Rioja with much flavour . Enjoyable with food or alone as an aperitif. Worth much more than the asking price .
Ein kräftiger, trockener Weißwein der nicht zu fruchtig schmeckt und dadurch ein wunderbarer Begleiter zum Essen ist. Er ist sehr zu empfehlen.
Sehr zu empfehlen
Ein Weißwein aus Rioja ich war skeptisch. Aber mein Urteil lautet nun eine hervorragende Rebenmischung. Sehr fruchtig ohne zu viel Säure.
Established in 1990 under the leadership of Pedro Vivanco, Bodega Dinastía Vivanco is located in the town of Briones, in La Rioja Alta. Nowadays, his sons, Santiago and Rafael, are in charge of running this venture. Santiago Vivanco is a law graduate and holds a master’s degree in business management and administration; his incorporation into the family business has involved the challenge of modernising the organisation, directing it towards quality excellence. Whereas Rafael...