A winery with a long history going back to 1879. The first wine produced by CVNE took the name of the company’s initials. However, a simple and fortunate spelling error, confusing the V with a U, led to the creation of the iconic Cune brand, now the leading wine on the national market. The winery expanded its facilities in 2019, coinciding with its 140th anniversary and marking its continued commitment to producing the finest quality white, rosé and gran reserva wines.
Cune Crianza has been produced every year since the company was founded.
The vineyards for Cune Crianza are located in Rioja Alta, near the CVNE winery, which means that the grapes arrive intact at the winery to be processed in optimal conditions. Approximately half of the grapes are from Cune’s own vineyards in Haro and nearby towns, while the rest are bought from grape growers in the area. They have relied on these suppliers for generations to produce Cune Crianza. Every year, they are monitored and advise them through the CVNE technical team.