Washington Post praises Altos de Aranda as “extraordinary”
Wine critic for the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre, joins the growing list of fans of our Altos de Altos Crianza
Dave has been writing about wine since 1999, making him one of the longest-standing and most respected wine critics in the USA.
He is not alone in his praise for Altos de Aranda Crianza 2016. which was awarded a score of 91 points from James Suckling in 2021 as well as gold medals from Berliner Wein Trophy, Gilbert & Gaillard, and America Wine Awards as well as 90 points from Wine & Spirits Magazine.
As Dave points out, “Grown at high altitudes (averaging 800 meters above sea level) [Altos de Aranda] combines a laser focus with impressive depth and freshness. Look for the savory tobacco leaf and blueberry notes typical of Tempranillo, with a spicy edge on the finish from spending a year in French and American oak barrels. Pair this with heartier, rib-sticking foods.”
The wine is imported into the USA by Artisans and Vines and can be found in the following retail outlets:
Imported and distributed in the District and Maryland by Artisans & Vines; distributed in Virginia by LK Wine Tours & Sales: Available in the District at Cleveland Park Wine and Spirits, Paul’s of Chevy Chase, and Rodman’s. Available in Maryland at Beer Wine & Co., Bradley Food & Beverage, Capital Beer & Wine, Georgetown Square Wine and Beer in Bethesda; Dawson’s Liquors, Magothy Wine & Spirits in Severna Park; Downtown Crown Wine and Beer, FineWine.com in Gaithersburg; Edgewater Liquors in Edgewater; Elkridge Furnace Inn in Elkridge; Grosvenor Market in Rockville; Iron Bridge Wine Co. in Columbia; Potomac Grocer in Potomac; Town Center Market in Riverdale Park; the Winery in Kent Island. Available in Virginia at Aldie Peddler in Aldie; Manolete’s Taqueria Gourmet, Murphy Beverage in Winchester; Woodstock Cafe & Shoppes in Woodstock.
See the full article here on the Washington Post website.