Vinea Crianza 2012, red wine from Cigales, Castilla y León made by Finca Museum wineries. Clean, fresh and very fruity, a must. 90 Parker points.
Warning: Last items in stock!
Availability date: 08/17/2016
Vinea crianza 2012 is a special red wine from Cigales (Castilla y Leon) made with vineyards between 20 and 50 years old, that´s the secret of its special taste. This is an impressive wine that you could drink now, but it will probably will age well for several years, until 2018.
Sommelier recommendation: Red meats, poultry, stews, pasta, rice, game.
Luis Gutierrez Tasting Note (The wine advocate, Robert Parker): "The 2011 Museum Reserva is pure Tempranillo aged for two years in French oak barrels, and as such it has a smoky character with plenty of notes of vanilla and sweet cinnamon with plums, blackberries and dark cherries lurking in the background. The palate is medium-bodied, with very good balance, polished tannins and good acidity, with enough stuffing to develop and last in bottle. Very good, if slightly predictable. Drink now-2018."
SILVER MEDAL - INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE. LONDON 2012
SILVER MEDAL - ZARCILLO AWARDS 2013
91 POINTS PEÑIN GUIDE (SPAIN)
90 PARKER POINTS (USA)
|Winery||Finca Museum winery|
|Grape Type||Tempranillo wine|
|Wine type||Red wine|
|Designation of Origin||DO Cigales|
|Robert Parker guide score||90|
|Consideration||Remarkably high wine|
|Bottle||Glass Bottle 75cl|
|Recommended temperature to serve||16 - 18 ºC|
|Alcoholic graduation||12.5% Vol|