Rioja, for those who don’t know, is the leading wine province in Spain. It’s located in the northern part of Spain and they are predominantly known for red wines.
Campo Viejo 2007 Crianza
Wines labeled as Crianza must have spent at least 12 months in oak casks. This particular wine was oaked in a combination of French and American oak, but the majority of it was in American oak. The wine was also given 5+ months of bottle aging previous to being released. The blend in this wine is 85% tempranillo, 10% garnacha and 5% manzuelo.
Cherry, plum, smoke aromas and a touch of vanilla give this wine a complex and exciting nose.
Wine: Campo Viejo Crianza
Variety: Red blend, mostly tempranillo
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