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Bodegas LAN Rioja Crianza

Intense red cherry colour. Aromas of red fruits, strawberry, raspberry and cranberry framed by fine nuances of vanilla and toffee. Silky and structured on the palate, it has a long lasting and satisfying finish. A perfect wine by the glass. Very versatile and apt to combine with all types of food: cold starters, pasta, pizza, poultry, grilled red meat…

 Producer Bodegas LAN
 Region Rioja
 Country Spain
 Varietals MazueloTempranillo

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Revelling in Rioja: Grape Varieties, Sub Regions and the Wines of Rioja, Spain

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Rioja is Spain’s Most Recognized Wine Region Rioja is arguably the most important wine region is Spain, but certainly the most recognized. Like many countries where wine is deeply entrenched in culture, Spain is deeply loyal to its regional wines. Pride and passion are shown for the wines created in...

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About the Producer

Bodegas LAN

Bodegas LAN

Fuenmayor, La Rioja, Spain Fuenmayor, La Rioja, Spain

Bodegas LAN’s honesty is embodied in our wines since the winery’s foundation in 1972. Bodegas LAN is full of meaning. The name itself is an acronym based on the initials of each of the three provinces that form the D.O.Ca. Rioja: Logroño (currently part of La Rioja), Alava and Navarra. LAN is Rioja...

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