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Cune Gran Reserva is a classic one of the largest wineries in Rioja, ideal companion for the Mediterranean diet.Prepared in the style of the Medoc Bordeaux claret. Cune Crianza success led to the creation of Cune Reserva and Gran Reserva, an excellent fine wine from Rioja Alta.Balanced, round, with friendly tannins that allows us a very versatile pairing because of its balance
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Tasting notes:Color: ruby, bright and attractive color, good intensity fluidity and fall.Nose: Aromas of berries with touch and maturity, certain notes of licorice, all well balanced with vanilla, toffee, leaves of snuff, and balsamic touches that bring the long months of stay is the oak barrels French and American .Palate: its smooth entry, their length and finesse with a slight acidity in the end that gives us an aftertaste that along with postnasal give us a set of balanced, round wine with a nice tannin that allows us a very pairings versatile due to its balance.Development and Aging:Grapes, Tempranillo 85%, 1% to 5% Mazuelo Graciano and are manually selected in our vineyards in Rioja Alta. Its color and structure is obtained by macerating after alcoholic fermentation. Malolactic fermentation gives the wine the proper maturity for aging in American and French oak. Before being bottled, it clarified traditional way with egg whites. Finally it happens to our openwork where it will age under conditions of temperature and humidity suitable so far out to market. Reserve 24 months in barrel and 36 months in bottle before its release.Curiosities:Visit the historic cemetery cellar can become an extrasensory experience. Called Catacombs, this is a bleak and inhospitable space that gives way to a series of dark tunnels full of mold, in which thousands of bottles lie with unsuspected ages. So mysterious is this particular cemetery that older bottles are protected by a fence of iron mold completely covered. The key that opened it was thrown into the river in a symbolic act more than 30 years ago and has never reopened. In 2008 a renovation of the oldest part of the cellar is in charge, giving way to a new dynamic and functional space activities around wine. Stone, wood and iron, in respectful union, frame the nerve center of the cellar space revaluing a centenarian in 2010 won the Best of Wine Tourism Award, International Great Wines Capitals contest that rewards excellence.