CVNE ‘Monopole Clasico’ Bianco 20219

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Un citas šķirnes & Viura | Rioja | Spain | White Wine | CVNE - Monopole | 2019 | 0,75 L | 13,5 %
The CVNE 'Monopole Clásico' Blanco 2019 is a dry white wine, meticulously crafted from the Viura grape variety, with a small addition of other varietals such as Palomino, sourced from the renowned Rioja region of Spain. This historic label, revived from the early 20th century, stands out for its inclusion of a sherry-like twist through the addition of Manzanilla from the famed sherry house of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, lending it a unique profile in the realm of white Rioja wines. The 'Monopole Clásico' is celebrated for its homage to traditional winemaking methods, showcasing a refined complexity and a nod to the historic tastes of the region.
Tasting notes

On the nose, the 2019 ‘Monopole Clásico’ Blanco offers intriguing aromas of fresh orchard fruits, hints of almond, and a distinctive saline touch, reminiscent of its Manzanilla blending component. The palate is greeted with a vibrant acidity and a textured mouthfeel, presenting flavors of green apple, citrus, and a subtle yeasty character, culminating in a long, mineral-driven finish that reflects its terroir and winemaking heritage. This wine’s balance of freshness and complexity makes it a captivating experience for the senses.


When it comes to food pairings, the CVNE ‘Monopole Clásico’ Blanco 2019 shines alongside seafood dishes, such as grilled octopus or seared scallops, where its acidity and saline notes complement the flavors of the sea. It also pairs beautifully with light pasta dishes or fresh salads, enhancing the meal with its bright fruit notes and complex finish. These pairings underscore the wine’s versatility and its ability to elevate a diverse array of culinary experiences.

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Wine Searcher review

Rioja in northern Spain is best known for its barrel-aged, berry-flavored red wines made from Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes. Undoubtedly, this is the largest wine-growing region in Spain. And, by far, the most famous region of the country. All vineyards are concentrated around the banks of the Ebra River. Their area is about 64,000 hectares, of which 91% are planted with red grapes. Rioja itself is divided into three parts: Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja East. Rioja Alta is located in the western part of Rioja. As the name suggests, the vineyards are located higher in the region than Rioja Baja. The soils contain more clay, iron and alluvial elements and less limestone than the neighboring soils in Alavesa. Wines are considered elegant, with balanced acidity. Rioja Alavesa consists of two separate parcels of land located next to Rioja Alta. The vineyards are at the same elevation as Rioja Alta and the microclimate is also very similar. However, soils tend to contain more limestone than Alta, so wines can have higher acidity. In eastern Rioja (Rioja Baja), the climate is much more strongly influenced by the Mediterranean Sea. It is drier and warmer here than in the other two parts of the region. Here, more emphasis is placed on the Garnacha variety. Wines can be fuller than in neighboring sub-regions.