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Cune Rioja Crianza 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

"Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana, 'Cvne', still sits on its original site in the Barrio de la Estacion in Haro, home of the Rioja Alta wineries. It is a land known for producing fine, elegant wines with moderate alcohol content. Rioja Alta is the westernmost of Rioja's three sub-areas. It is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean's climate. The soil in Rioja Alta is rich in iron, limestone and clay, along with nutrients deposited in the region by the tributaries of the Ebro River. Rioja Alta is known for producing full-bodied wines with a medium alcohol content that are suitable for aging in casks, forming the basis of most red Riojas." -Winery

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Domaine de la Cune:
The domaine was originally planted in the 17th century by the Abbot of Breton acting on instructions fron Cardial Richelieu.The 17 hectare domaine has been in the hands of the Mary family for three generations and is now run by brothers Jean-Luc and Jean Albert.They make a selection of red,white,rose and sparkling wines spread over several Loire appellations.They are also a partner in 3Dwines... Read more
The domaine was originally planted in the 17th century by the Abbot of Breton acting on instructions fron Cardial Richelieu.The 17 hectare domaine has been in the hands of the Mary family for three generations and is now run by brothers Jean-Luc and Jean Albert.They make a selection of red,white,rose and sparkling wines spread over several Loire appellations.They are also a partner in 3Dwines [ www.3dwinesexperience.com ] an organisation where customers get to rent a row of vines in exchange for a case of wine each year. Read less

"Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana, 'Cvne', still sits on its original site in the Barrio de la Estacion in Haro, home of the Rioja Alta wineries. It is a land known for producing fine, elegant wines with moderate alcohol content. Rioja Alta is the westernmost of Rioja's three sub-areas. It is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean's climate. The soil in Rioja Alta is rich in iron, limestone and clay, along with nutrients deposited in the region by the tributaries of the Ebro River. Rioja Alta is known for producing full-bodied wines with a medium alcohol content that are suitable for aging in casks, forming the basis of most red Riojas." -Winery

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