A brand name created by a simple spelling mistake, the first wine produced by CVNE that became Cune
Vineyard & Winery – Hand selected grapes from vineyards in Rioja Alta. The alcoholic fermentation took place in stainless steel vats. Post fermentation maceration brought colour and structure to the wine and subsequent malolactic fermentation provided the wine with the maturity to support its ageing in American and French oak barrels for a minimum of 36 months under optimum temperature and humidity conditions until being released to the market.
A blend of 85% Tempranillo 10%, Graciano and 5% and Mazuelo.
Tasting Note – The nose reveals interesting and complex aromas of ripe fruits in perfect balance with spices, toffee, roasted coffee and balsamic notes. The palate is soft with silky tannins, good, fresh acidity and a long finish with a balsamic aftertaste.