The Monte Clavijo 2012 Viura (Rioja) wine is of the Viura variety from Spain, produced within the nan vineyard in the Northern Spain province. The cost is $10. This wine has a score of 73/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This opens with aromas of black plum, blackberry, underbrush and a balsamic note. The robust, full-bodied palate offers black cherry, blackberry, clove and a hint of thyme alongside smooth, polished tannins that lend finesse. Drink through 2021.
This is an especially fruity wine from the vintage, with its honey and citrus fruits. It is juicy, fruity and fresh with the acidity to keep it that way. Drink now.
Dense, concentrated aromas of fruit, spice, herb and smoke take a while to open, but reveal more complexity as they unfold. The palate is focused and tightly wound, with a tight line of dry tannins. This is a big, bold, full-bodied wine that needs a few years for its intense fruit flavors to come through. Drink now through 2023.
The oldest of the Bordeaux-style grapes from the estate is as old as the vines, and the wine is an impressive treat, with its black plum, plum, oak, toast and spice flavors. It’s complex, with hints of toasted wood, dried vegetables and exotic fruits. The tannins are full and the finish long, so the long-term aging should be well integrated.
A big, ripe wine with an intense green, citrus character, strongly marked by a mineral texture. The acidity, backed by the juicy fruit, gives a lift of freshness and freshness to the palate. A rich, rounded wine that is ready to drink.
Deliciously ripe and smooth, this is a rich, smooth, juicy, full-bodied wine that is ready to drink now. It has a taste of honey, the acidity and the mature fruitiness. The fruit is already ripe, showing the potential of this wine to develop.
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