Medium Red | Spain

Viña Bujanda Crianza


A traditional Tempranillo

Varietals: Tempranillo
Origin: Rioja, Spain
ABV: 13.5%

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• 89 points, Wine Enthusiast
• 88 points, Gilbert & Gaillard
• 87 points, Penin Guide

Eyes: Purple-red with a buish meniscus rim
Nose: Black fruits, tobacco, spicy, light balsamic notes, elegant, complex
Mouth: Broad and silky entry with a long finish, develops great volume and structure, extraordinary aroma

Viña Bujanda Crianza (D.O.Ca. Rioja) is a purple-colored crianza red wine made from Tempranillo grapes. This classic Rioja wine is aged for 12 months in American oak barrels, which gives it wonderful aromas of black fruits and tobacco.

A wine recommended for lovers of the traditional with a broad and silky entry on the palate with a long finish.

Pair with medium-cured cheeses, white and red meats, lamb, fish in sauces

Food to pair with this wine

About Viña Bujanda

Viña Bujanda (D.O.Ca. Rioja) It is a dream come true: a winery of great wines in Oyón, Rioja Alavesa. This is the project with which Carlos and Pilar Martínez Bujanda honor their origins in their search for excellence and the production of great Rioja wines.

In this case, from more than 127 hectares spread over magnificent vineyards between Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Alta. Viña Bujanda produces white wines, rosé wines and red wines with all types of aging, and of course, organic wines. Wines in the most traditional style.

About Medium Red

Medium red wines can be called “food wines.” They offer up tons of flavor with a balance of zesty acidity which makes them match with a wide variety of foods (from zesty salads to rich and cheesy lasagna). These are the perfect mid-week wines for red wine lovers.

There are many varieties that span the mid-weight red wine category so, to name a few familiar ones, check out Grenache, Sangiovese, Merlot, Zinfandel, Montepulciano, Cabernet Franc and Barbera.