95% Tempranillo, 3% Maturana Tinta, 2% Graciano
A contemporary Crianza, that speaks of tradition and expertise. A unique blend of grapes from 20 plots (on average around 28 years old) born from the utmost respect for the varieties and the nuances of each terroir. A wine that shows our commitment to Wine Culture, with the diversity of Rioja and its landscapes.
Aging: 16 months in American (40%) and French (60%) oak barrels.
The Vivanco Crianza label features a work by painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist, Miró – considered one of the foremost representatives of Surrealism. In Le Troubadour (1974), a picture displayed at the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture, the freshness of the strokes, the dynamism, and the colorfulness used to match with our Vivanco Crianza, versatile, modern wine with fresh and ripe red fruit.
Vivanco is more than just a family name–it is a contemporary oenological project with unique, singular wines from the family vineyards that includes a unique museum where visitors can discover the essence of wine based on experience, sensibility and innovation. In 2004, the Vivanco family decided to make their lifelong dream come true with enthusiasm and dedication in Briones, La Rioja by establishing a foundation to share their passion for wine culture with the world and as a way to merge the past to present and pay homage to the generations that came prior. With a humble origin in the vineyard, wine has been the cornerstone of the family for four generations and 100 years of hard work, dedication, and commitment. With a pioneering spirit and boundless enthusiasm, Vivanco aims to give back to the wine industry everything that has been given the family.
To learn more about Vivanco, please visit https://vivancoculturadevino.es/en/.