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2004 Cune (CVNE), Gran Reserva Imperial, Rioja
Press and Tasting Notes
[95 pts Wine Spectator] "This red shows depth and drive, with chewy tannins supporting plum, tobacco, licorice and mineral flavors. The structure is solid but the wine remains fresh. Maturing now, this has a long life ahead. Drink now through 2024."
A Merchant's Pick
You should visit your butcher and get your favorite cut of meat before opening this amazing Spanish red!
Produced in only exceptional vintages from Cune's oldest vines, the Imperial Gran Reserva is aged a minimum of three... Read More »
The most popular Spanish wine growing region is Rioja. There, like Ribera del Duero, the Tempranillo grape rules. In Rioja, a classification system is used that essentially defines the wines by how much oak and bottle age the wine sees ... Read More »