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£11.16/ 0.75 L btl
This Selección de Familia aims to express the personality of the fruit and the terroirs from which it originates, with great respect shown for maintaining the grapes in their natural state.
Aged for 16 months in French and American oak barrels.
What does this wine taste like?
|Picota cherry red / Bright|
|Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Liquorice / Toasty notes / Smoky notes / Spicy notes / Herbaceous notes|
|Elegant / Expressive / Fruit-forward / Long finish / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Mediterranean cuisine, Rice dishes, Vegetables, Pasta dishes, Red meats, White meats
Ratings and awards
Great Value Wine
I have been buying this wine from Vinissimus for a number of years and it is a consistently smooth and pleasant wine. Enjoy with a Sunday Roast Beef or on an evening in front of the log fire it hits the spot!,
Wednesday wine for me
I liked this wine ok. It was fresh and tasty but not too strong taste or mess of different tastes. I chose this wine for wednesday evenings To enjoy. Recoment also To my frieds.
Very good Rioja for the price
Love this wine. Everything a Rioja should be. Very approachable with full rounded flavours on the palate and a smooth lingering finish - punching well above its price tag!
Un Rioja honnête
L'année 2015 n'est pas à mon avis le meilleur millésime du Vivanco (j'avais beaucoup aimé le 2013), mais cela reste une valeur sûre et un bon rapport qualité/prix.
Smooth drinking wine
Having visited the Vivanco vineyard and cellar door I enjoy purchasing this wine, which upon drinking returns me to the Rioja region.
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...