What is Cune wine?

What is Cune wine?

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Cune Crianza is produced by the fifth generation of the founders of CVNE, mainly from handpicked Tempranillo grapes. It ages for a minimum of one year in American and French oak casks and some months in the bottle prior to its release. CVNE was founded in Haro in 1879.

What kind of wine is Muga?

A white wine that will please many types of consumer, from the uninitiated to the purists.

Where is Muga wine from?

Bodegas Muga is a family-owned wine estate, founded in 1932 in the Rioja region of Spain.

What grape is Muga?

Muga Rosado (Rosé), Bodegas Muga, Rioja, Spain, 2020 Grapes: 60% Garnacha, 30% Viura and 10% Tempranillo, ageing: 3 months in oak. The vineyards are located…

What is the best Muga wine?

The Wines of Bodegas Muga – Reviews & Videos

  • 2017 Bodegas Muga Blanco, Rioja White.
  • 2017 Bodegas Muga Rosé, Rioja White.
  • 2014 Bodegas Muga Tinto Crianza, Rioja Red.
  • 2012 Bodegas Muga Selección Especial Reserva Rioja.
  • 2010 Bodegas Muga Prado Enea Gran Reserva Rioja.
  • 2014 Torre Muga Gran Reserva, Rioja.

What grape is Crianza?

Tempranillo grape
Crianza refers to a class of aged Spanish Rioja wine. Most Crianza wines are red, but you can find some exquisite white labels too. While red Crianza is made from the Tempranillo grape, white Crianza styles use the Viura, Malvasía, and Garnacha Blanca grape varieties.

Where is Cune Rioja from?

Rioja Alta
The grapes for the production of Cune Reserva come from the company’s Caballeros, Santo Tomás and Sarnamoros estates, all located in Rioja Alta in the towns of Rodezno, Villalba and Haro.

What does Muga stand for?

Multi-Use Games Area
MUGA is an acronym that stands for Multi-Use Games Area. Essentially, this is a sports court that can be used for several different activities, including netball, tennis, basketball and 5-a-side football.

What is Muga Rioja?

Bodegas Muga is a Spanish winery based in Haro, in the Rioja Alta region. The estate was created in 1932 by Isaac Muga Martínez and his wife, Aurora Caño, and currently produces several red, rosé and white wines from Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo, Malvasia and Viura grapes.

What is Bodegas Muga?

The Winery Bodegas Muga is a family business founded by Isaac Muga and Aurora Caño in 1932, which is located in the historic Barrio de La Estación (Station Quarter) of Haro. With an area of around 25,000 square metres, it is home to both the most traditional winemaking methods and the latest cutting-edge techniques.

Why choose Muga wine?

Muga stands proudly in the famous Haro Railway Station District, surrounded by some of the oldest wineries in Rioja. Despite being less than 100 years old, the strength of its brand and its market positioning, with a presence in over 70 countries, places it among the elite of the appellation.

What makes Torre Muga so special?

Torre Muga (€66), the house’s first modern red wine launched in the 1991 vintage, come from vineyards at higher altitudes (500 to 550 metres) on the slopes of the Obarenes mountains and in the vicinity of Villalba de Rioja. The goal is to combine freshness and good ripening. The house’s other modern red is called Aro (€175).

How many barrels of Muga are there?

Muga has a stock of around 10,000 barrels. The style of the wines is closely tied to the climatic conditions of the Oja-Tirón river valley, to the far west of the appellation, and where most of Muga’s vineyards and those of its suppliers are concentrated.