Anciano Tempranillo Crianza (Aged 3 Years)

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Anciano Tempranillo Crianza (Aged 3 Years)

2015, Valdepenas Spain
  • Three year old aged Tempranillo from the heart of Spain, produced from 30 year old vines
  • 4 1/2 Stars, 90/100 (Sam Kim) - "It is up front and delectable with plenty of tasty flavours, finishing firm and pleasingly dry"
  • Medium bodied, smooth style red - a perfectly aged European red at a bargain price!
  • Imported by NZ Master of Wine Steve Bennett
  • 8 in stock

    RRP $18.99

    $15.99

    We all know that Spanish reds deliver such amazing bang for buck – the Anciano label has been doing it year after year and here they are yet again with this 2014 release!

    The grape is Tempranillo (pronounced temp-rah-knee-oh) and it’s the specialty in this part of the wine world. Produced from 30 year old vines in the Valdepenas region smack bang in the heart of Spain. According to strict Spanish wine laws to be labelled as “Crianza” it has to spend a minimum of 24 months aging, of which at least 6 months has to be in oak.

    There’s no need to do any more cellaring. Just cut off the fancy gold wire wrap, pop out the cork and enjoy this medium bodied red with delicious savoury red fruit flavours and smooth tannins.

    A perfectly aged European red that looks and tastes the part, a bargain price and backed by an importer who just happens to be an NZ Master of Wine! What more could you want? How about a Gold medal too? Oh, go on then!

    If you’re haven’t tried this wine before it’s time to hop on board and see what the fuss is all about! Grab a case and enjoy with lamb, casseroles and other grilled red meats.

    The Lowdown: 13% alc / 750ml / Cork
    Sam Kim – 4 1/2 Stars
    Browse Wine | Red | Other Red | 2015 | Anciano

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