Cerro Añón Crianza2018
Other bottle sizes and vintages
£12.05/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Dark / Intense / Reddish glints|
|Fruit aromas / Spicy notes / Ageing notes / Varietal aromas|
|Structured / Smooth / Rounded / Long|
Drinking and storing
Great value Rioja
Discovered this wine in a local restaurant in the U.K. Hard to find here but it was a good price on the Vinissimus web site. Lovely depth of fruity flavour with just the right amount of oak. Very good value.by: Irina (23/02/2020) - Vintage 2016
It tastes really great!
I ordered one box of this wine and I loved it very much! I am going to keep buying it and also will send a box to my parents as it is a very good wine and not expensive at all.by: Russell Biggart (13 Jan) - Vintage 2017
This wine is one of my 2020 finds !! Simply punching above its expected taste and finds itself in my collection always !! Its a go buy !!by: Dan (23/05/2017) - Vintage 2014
Great wine for the price
For the price you can't do much better than this. I buy this is one of my general stock wines. Really easy drinking. Good body and fruit.by: CMS (08/12/2017) - Vintage 2015
Great wine at a very good price. good for everyday drinking
Not quite as good as the 2011 vintage but well worth drinking with any food or on its own. C
|Ageing period||Between 14 and 16 months|
|Type of wood||French and american oak|
Bodegas Olarra forms part of the Grupo Bodegas Olarra, to which Bodegas Ondarre (D.O.Ca Rioja) and >Bodegas y Viñedos Casa del Valle (IGT Tierra de Castilla) also belong. Founded in 1973, Bodegas Olarra is located in Logroño, and distinguished by the beauty and complexity of its installations, known as the Rioja Cathedral, and remarkable for its Y-shape design and for having 111 hexagonal domes. The ageing hall houses 26,000 oak barrels. They are committed to perfection in the...