The Wine Advocate:
The 1968 Imperial Gran Reserva has similar aromatics and refinement. Rose petal, dried fruits, and other savories lead to a charming, elegant, and altogether captivating wine that shows no sign of deterioration.
Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana (C.V.N.E.) is known colloquially to most Spanish wine drinkers as Cune. The company was founded in 1879 by the Real de Asua brothers and still remains in the control of their direct descendants. In the 1920s ownership started Vina Real and in 2004 a new winery was built in Laguardia. In 1973 Contino was created to further the concept of the single estate winery and has since been one of the principal leaders in the resurrection of the nearly extinct Graciano grape. The Contino wines are made exclusively from the estate’s 253 acres located in Laserna near the town of Laguardia. The Reserva bottling is the mainstay of the Contino lineup produced from vines ranging in age from 25 to 60 years. The Imperial label is affixed at C.V.N.E. only in the top vintages. The Real De Asul label was created in 1994 to honor the founders of the winery.
Jay Miller, Apr 2010.
€ 446,14 incl. BTW
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