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2001 CVNE (Cune) Imperial Rioja Gran Reserva
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2012

(raised for 24 months in American oak casks):  Bright ruby-red; doesn't look to be 11 years old.  Powerful, oak-spiced aromas of candied cherry and raspberry, with suave vanilla, mocha and floral nuances and slow-building tobacco and leather elements.  Pliant, palate-staining red fruit and floral pastille flavors show impressive depth and heft, with a good lashing of sweet vanillin oak.  Sweet and expansive on the gently tannic finish, which shows excellent clarity and length.  This wine seems poised for a very long, graceful evolution.

94 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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