Urbina Decanter World Wine Awards Silver Medal 2012A few days before the start of the London 2012 Olympics, Urbina Crianza 2006 obtained the silver medal in the Decanter World Wine Awards in London, complexity and elegance seduced the jury selected by the most prestigious publication in wine industry, Urbina Best Seller Crianza 2006 was exhibited at the London International Wine Fair 2012 on May 22, 23 and 24th during which Decanter handed over the medals and certificates of such prestigious recognition.

Urbina Crianza Decanter SilverThe silver medal obtained by Urbina wine Crianza 2006 in the prestigious competition “Decanter World Wine Awards” is a international recognition for the wines of Rioja and Spain, given the high quality level of wines from around the world recognized with this award and to the carefully selected tasting panel made up by the largest number of professionals in this type of event, including many Masters of Wine who carefully evaluated all wines.

Botella Urbina Crianza 2006

This award-winning wine noted for its cherry red color. The nose has aromas of red fruits that remind us of a particular form of cherry jam and red raspberry. All this is complemented fruity aroma with hints of licorice that unfold subtly. In the mouth staged balance and subtlety. Remarkable persistence and good taste, inviting salivate. Good acidity that makes sense long life. Outlining aftertaste of red fruits jam, sliding sensations of fine oak.

The 2006 vintage is marked by balance and elegance. The year 2006 was wet, especially during the autumn-winter of 2005, producing an excellent germination and fruit set. Then came a stormy summer with good vegetative expression, cool and dry August with a warm September 1. The result has been a very good year with perfect maturation.

Urbina’s Crianza 2006 red wine, very special and very personal characteristics, made from 95% Tempranillo and 5% Graciano Mazuelo, from grapes from vineyards up to 30 years old, located in clay-earthy soils in the municipality of Cuzcurrita In the upper top of the Rioja Highlands.

Prepared by spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts in stainless steel tanks with temperature control. The maceration lasts for 15 to 20 days, during which continual and daily work and pumping over, allows maximum contact of must with the skins, in order for the wine to define its own personality. Aged for 12 months in American oak barrels of 225 liters.

Definitely elegant and smooth easy to drink very pleasant and long aftertaste experience.

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