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Dinastia Vivanco Rioja Seleccion de Familia Crianza 2010 750ML

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    Points to Purchase:273
    Points Earned:13
    Bonus Points Earned:0

    This Wine Is Rated:

    • WS 90 Points

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    TASTING NOTES:
    Bright cherry-red. Intense aromas of fresh, ripe, red fruit, with spicy and liquorice notes, accompanied by elegant toasty and smoky hints. Fresh and sweet in the mouth, with a very well-balanced, persistent and elegant mouthfeel.

    VINEYARDS:
    A selection of vines in Briones, Rioja Alta which are 15–20 years old on average, grown in mainly ferrous-clay soils.

    HARVEST:
    Hand picked. All the grapes are placed in a cold room for 36 hours before being processed on the sorting table. The grape harvest began in early October.

    VINIFICATION:
    After mild crushing, the grapes are fed by gravity into small French oak vats where they ferment and are left to macerate for 20 days in contact with the skins at a controlled temperature of 28 °C with light pumpovers.

    MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION: In small French oak vats.

    AGEING: Aged for 16 months in French and American oak barrels, with periodic rackings, followed by at least 6 months in the bottle-ageing hall.

    THE BOTTLE: Our bottle is inspired in an original eighteenth-century bottle that is on exhibit at the Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine.

    SERVING AND PAIRING:
    Serving temperature: 16-18 °C. The perfect companion to Mediterranean cuisine, rice dishes, pulses, pasta and all kinds of white and red meats.- Winery

    This plush red shows plum and blackberry flavors, ripe and sweet, with vanilla and toasty notes. The light, firm tannins and juicy acidity keep this lively. Fruit-forward yet balanced, in the modern style. Drink now through 2019. 75,000 cases made. –TM - Wine Spectator Magazine 90 Points