£18.35/ 0.75 L btl
Matured for 24 months in new and second year French and American oak barrels. The wine is refined for several months in French oak vats before bottling and moving on to racks where it remains for another 24 months.
What does this wine taste like?
Drinking and storing
Game / Grilled wild mushrooms / Meat casseroles
Ratings and awards
|2014||91 PK||90 PN|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
This is a very good wine for the money. Not so many wines that you could describe fairly as “fine” are available for so little. What impressed me most was the intensity of the flavour and length of the finish. You can certainly pay a lot more for less excellent wine.
Great value reserva
We tried many reserva wines when touring la Rioja, and this one was one of our favourites. For an everyday red this is great value and tastes great. Full-bodied but not overpowering, so nice to drink alone, but also good with red meat.
This is my favourite (and a favourite for everyone I've introduced this wine to!). Incredible especially for the price. Better than far more expensive bottles of Rioja, I have to visit their vineyard one day!
This wine is an absolute bargain! With Robert Parker giving it 92-93 points it should come as no surprise this wine is a good one. Fruity, oaky, with minerals and tannins. Finish on the mellow end. Great buy!
A decent rioja
A really nice wine for the price. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .
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...