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Información TécnicaInformation

  • Ageing
    Gran Reserva
  • Appellation
  • Grape
    Mazuelo, Graciano, Tempranillo
  • Country
  • Recommended Pairing
    Feather hunting, Roast lamb, Cured cheeses, Meats
  • Zones
    La Rioja
  • Alcohol
  • VIVINO Points

Nota de CataTasting notes


Nice burgundy with red notes in the meniscus.


Interesting aromatic complexity where we can find well assembled aromas of ripe fruit or Christmas with spices, toffee, roasted coffee, balsamic.


soft entry and a marked step by a silky tannin leads to a slightly acidic finish that gives it freshness for the aftertaste is long and balmy.

The Winery


Compañia Vitivinicola del Norte de España was founded in 1879 in the Haro station district. With more than 500 hectares of its own vineyards in the Rioja Alta and Alavesa subzones and pioneers in many areas of Rioja wine. Commercial brands such as Viña Real, Imperial or Monopole are hidden under the CVNE umbrella.

Cune Gran Reserva

4 reviews
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • Bottle 75cl.
Last items in stock 2 Items
x6 16.61€

Descripción de Cune Gran ReservaDescription of Cune Gran Reserva


Cune Gran Reserva is a red wine produced by CVNE in the D. O. Rioja with the varieties Tempranillo, Graciano and Mazuelo.

The oldest wine in the winery, Cune Gran Reserva, is a good representative of the fine wines of Rioja.

Before being bottled, it is clarified in the traditional way. Finally, it goes to our cellars where it will be aged for a minimum of 36 months under ideal temperature and humidity conditions until it is ready to be marketed.

Recomendamos maridarlo conIdeal pairing

  • Meats

Elaboración Cune Gran ReservaMaking notes Cune Gran Reserva

Notas del Viñedo

CVNE controls around 545 hectares located in the subzones of Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa. The vineyards of the high rioja, from which the grape come for the wines of this winery, are characterized by being clayed soils - calcareous, clay-ferrous and allovers.

Making notes

Elaborated from manually selected grapes in our high Rioja vineyards. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel deposits. The malolactic fermentation brings to the wine adequate maturity for its 24-month aging in American and French oak barrels. Before being bottled, it is clarified in a traditional way. Finally, it goes to our covers where a minimum of 36 months will age under conditions of suitable temperature and humidity until the moment of going on the market.


This vintage was marked by a very rainy and cold spring just at the moment of the beginning of the vegetative cycle. This fact made it ripening unevenly and with a certain delay. Thanks to a very dry September and October, the grapes that mature with a certain delay could be harvested in a selective way. A complicated vintage but with good results as there was an exhaustive selection of grape.

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