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Characteristics of Briego Tiempo Crianza
Briego Tiempo Crianza is a red wine from the D.O Ribera del Duero produced by Bodegas Briego. This wine is a monovarietal of Tempranillo.
The grape for Briego Tiempo Crianza is born and grows in the vineyards of La Solana, which are owned by the winery.
Briego Tiempo Crianza is produced using traditional winemaking methods.
After all the work undertaken in the winery, Briego Tiempo Crianza is aged in American and French oak for 14 months.
Briego Tiempo Crianza rests for 14 additionally months before being sold on the market.
To enjoy this wine, we recommend opening the wine 15 to 20 minutes before being served.
Bodegas Briego is a project set up by brothers, Benito Hernando-Gaspar. It is located in Fompedrazza, Valladolid, one of the traditional winemaking town of the D.O Ribera del Duero.
SightCherry red with russet red tones. Clean and bright.NoseTouches of ripened black fruit and toasted notes from the barrel. Balsamic undertones. Intense and full-flavour aromas.TasteFlavoursome and persistent. Fine, full-bodied and very fruity.
SightCherry red in colour: deep and bright.NoseOn the nose there are ripe red fruit flavours such as blackberries, strawberries, cherries, raspberries etc. Mild and delicate tones of tobacco, caramel and eucalyptus that accompany a complex number of spices provided by hardwoods; cinnamon, vanilla, cumin etc. All of qualities provide the wine with expression and complexity.TasteOn the palate it is velvety and thin whilst offering an endless number of mature, fruity sensations with patisserie and jam-like elements.
Ribera del Duero is a Denomination of Origin located on the northern plateau, bathed by the waters of the River Duero, where they produce delicious and recognised red wines with great complexity made from the Trinto Fino grape variety.
Bodegas Briego is located in Fompedraza, a small village of the region of Valladolid, where the winemaking is a tradition. The Benito Hernando brothers (Fernando, Gaspar and Javier) are the owners of Bodegas Briego and the ones responsible for retrieving the vinicultural family tradition.