Rioja, spain

These classic Spanish wines are made at the foot of Sierra de Cantabria in Spain. The grapes originate from a family-operated vineyard that is over a century old, with newer vines planted in the last half century. This region has a mild, ideal climate and naturally contains clay-limestone soil, providing the optimal conditions to produce balanced, quality wines. The grape varietals used in AV's Spanish wines are Viura and Tempranillo. Tempranillo grapes are a black grape varietal used to make full-bodied Spanish red wine. Derived from the Spanish word for young, Tempranillo grapes ripen earlier than most Spanish red grapes. Viura grapes are grown in the Rioja Alavesa region of northeastern Spain and can produce dry, semi-sweet, or sweet white wines.

 
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Tinto

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Crianza

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Reserva

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Gran Reserva

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Winemaker’s reserve

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