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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.
Elaboration of Vivanco Reserva 2011
Vivanco Reserva 2011 (Graciano and Tempranillo)
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.
TEMPERATURE: 16 °C
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
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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 village. A curious caption had been carved over the door of that cellar reading: "he who walks by and is thirsty, if the door is, should enter and drink".More about the Winery