The prestigious American magazine Wine Spectator has made a list, known as 100 Top Value Wines, which collects the 100 Best Wines valued for their quality/price in the year 2019.

Among these wines there are only 14 Spanish wines and Bodegas Luzón has the only reference in the Region of Murcia included in that exclusive list.

Wine Spectator is one of the most important and influential publications in the wine sector. It has a history of more than thirty years and tastes around 15,000 wines a year to explain everything about them and to know them better.

Luzón Colección Crianza of Bodegas Luzón appears in the top of best quality/price wines, in the category of red wines, with a score of 90.

Luzón Colección Crianza is made with two native varieties of the Jumilla Protected Designation of Origin, 80% Monastrell and 20% Garnacha Tintorera. The result is a deep ruby ​​red wine, presenting aromas of spices, licorice, black fruits such as currants and blackberries that are combined with delicate notes of tobacco. In the mouth it is an elegant, mature wine, with velvety tannins and long finish.