Vivanco Reserva 2011

Bodegas Vivanco (Rioja)


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The home of Vivanco Reserva 2011 is located in the town of Briones, La Rioja. This wine is a red Reserva that comes from vines that are over 35 years old and is aged in small French oak barrels. After a careful elaboration, we can enjoy an excellent Reserva wine that, year after year, reaps good notes from the specialists. With its deep aromas and a velvety and enveloping palate, Vivanco Reserva 2011 is a fantastic wine to pair with meats, mushrooms and cured cheeses. You'll love it.

Technical sheet · Vivanco Reserva

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2011 Other vintages
Appellation:Rioja (La Rioja,Spain)
Winery: Bodegas Vivanco
Volume: 75cl Other volumes
Score: RP91UV91WS92GP91
Grapes: Tempranillo (90%), Graciano (10%)
Pairing: StartersDessertsMeat
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%
Awards: Gold Medal 2017 - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
Consumption Temp.: 16-18ºC
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Description · Bodegas Vivanco

Vivanco Reserva 2011 (Tempranillo and Graciano)

TASTING NOTES OF Dinastia Vivanco Reserva 2011:

  • View: deep cherry, garnet, clean and bright.
  • Nose: complex aromas of candied fruit well assembled with fine woods and spices background.
  • Mouth: elegant on the palate with harmony of noble tannins, good acidity and a balsamic background.


VINEYARD: Bodegas Vivanco

GRAPES: Tempranillo (90%), Graciano (10%).

WINE PAIRING: Red meat, game, mushrooms and cured and strong cheeses.



Bodegas Vivanco

The origins of the winemaking vocation of the Vivanco family date back to the year 1915; to the winemaking district of the village of Alberite, La Rioja, where Pedro Vivanco Gonzalez started to make wine for family use from his vineyards. In 1940 he bought a small wine cellar business in the same...

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Highlighted review about Vivanco Reserva 2011

Juan Manuel Gonzalvo

Posted on at 12.44


Vivanco Reserva 2011

candied fruit, leaves, chocolate, silky, broad, elegamte. 91 points

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Albert Green

Posted on at 20.03

4 /5

Dinastía Vivanco Reserva 2011

Good coffee aromas. It has cute flavours.
I would recommend this Tempranillo.
Lizz Cubbert

Posted on at 11.35

4 /5

TASTING NOTES OF Dinastia Vivanco Reserva 2011:
- View: The Dynasty Vivanco Reserva 2011 has a pillory medium-high, clean and bright red intensity with a tile edging denoting its barrel aging.
- Nose: Aromas of ripe red and black fruit, gourmand and milk, balsamic and toffee notes.
- Mouth: The palate is fresh, round, with a good balance between fruit and acidity content and a soft tannin that gives way to an elegant and silky finish.

GRAPES: Tempranillo and Graciano 10%.
VINEYARDS: Own in the terroirs of Briones and Haro, Rioja Alta,
with an average age of 35 years.
ALCOHOL: 13,5% vol.

CONSUME: The optimal intake is 10 to 15 years.
TEMPERATURE: Serve at a temperature of 18º C.
CONSUMER ADVICE: It decanting before service.
WINE PAIRING: Perfect for pairing with red meats, game, mushrooms and cheeses and strong.

HARVEST: is harvested to create Dynasty Vivanco Reserva 2011 hand in small boxes of 10 kg capacity to prevent breakage of grains and ensure the integrity of the fruit during transport to the winery.
All the grapes harvested after a tasting grape each plots ensuring full phenolic maturity, a mature tannin and a good balance between acidity and sugar content. As a result of this analysis, 10 October vintage Tempranillo started and 20
Graziano begin harvesting.

PREPARATION: The grapes were homogenized in cold storage for 30 hours to lower its temperature container feed and ensure good cold maceration to improve the extraction of aromas and color. After passing a double control selection table, where it examines and evaluates the quality of grapes through verification clusters and grains. After gentle crushing the must is encuba gravity in French oak vats where it ferments and macerated in contact with the skin at a controlled temperature of 30 °C, light receiving pumping for about 20 days. The objective of this development is to respect fully the natural conditions of grapes and wine in search of elegant wines that express the personality of the fruit and terroir where applicable. tino malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels.

The Dynasty Vivanco Reserva 2011 aged in 50% new French oak barrels and one wine, where it remains 24 months. The wine is refined for 4 months in French oak vats before bottling. The wine will complete its aging process with a stay another 24 months in bottle, where it will reach the right balance for consumption.
Jessica Barker

Posted on at 09.45

4 /5

TASTING NOTES OF Dinastía Vivanco Reserva 2011:
- View: Intense cherry red, amber.
- Nose: aromas of ripe cherry and blackberries, earthy and mineral component, spicy notes of cinnamon and sage.
- Boca: deep and complex, a step surround, silky mouth and high persistence.


GRAPES: 90% Tempranillo, 10% Graciano.

PAIRING: all kinds of meats, stews, game dishes, mushrooms, cheeses.
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Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Vivanco Reserva 2007

Juan Manuel Gonzalvo
Juan Manuel Gonzalvo


Dinastía Vivanco Reserva 2007
Plums, pepper, friendly, balanced.

Reviews about Vivanco Reserva 2005

Juan Manuel Gonzalvo
Juan Manuel Gonzalvo


Dinastia Vivanco Reserva 2005
Black fruit, cocoa, balanced, silky, long.

Reviews about Vivanco Reserva 2008



Dinastia Vivanco Reserva 2008
Deep cherry colored wine with garnet, clean and bright. Complex aromas of candied fruit well assembled with fine woods and spicy background. Elegant on the palate emphasizing the harmony between its noble tannins, good acidity and balsamic background. Is an elegant, complex and persistent wine.
Dynasty Vivanco Reserva remains 24 months in new and second year French and American oak barrels. The wine is refined for several months in French oak tino before moving to bottle where it will remain for another 24 months.

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