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Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Crianza

The Tempranillo grape variety is the most essential ingredient of most wines from Bodegas Altanza. The Edulis Crianza wine is made from 100% of this variety.

The modern generation of wine lovers continuously seeks after Edulis Crianza because of its unique tasting notes as well as overall presentation.

Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Crianza
Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Crianza

Edulis Crianza has a fresh entry which is totally maintained on the its palate and recommended to be paired with wide variety of meat dishes like stews, lamb, game as well as strong flavoured meats.

The strong and intense garnet red color and the strong aromas of raspberry, strawberry and sweet black fruits give more fascination to the wine lovers and drinkers. It is best served at a temperature of 13º.

Information about Edulis Crianza

Brand name: Bodegas Altanza – Edulis Crianza
Wine name: Edulis Crianza
Country: Spain
Region: Rioja
Appellation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Website: Bodegas Altanza

Tasting Notes

Tint: Very strong intensity of garnet red color
Aroma: Strong nuances of red fruits such raspberry and strawberry as well as sweet black fruits and toasty aroma
Flavour: Fresh and round
Flavour finish: Black fruits like blackberries and blackcurrant
Alcohol %: 13.5
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Wide variety of meat dishes such as stews, lamb and game and generally meats with strong flavor
Grapes: 100% Tempranillo
Data Sheet: PDF

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Michael Bredahl

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