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2019 Condado de Haza Crianza Ribera del Duero

2019 Condado de Haza Crianza Ribera del Duero

Condado de Haza is a name in Spanish winemaking that you need to commit to memory.  It’s been a while since we’ve seen one of their wines appear at Costco.  The last time was all the way back in 2016 with the 2012 vintage

Since then, their wines have been a go to choice for us when you see them.  They just flat out overdeliver at an incredible price point, in this case $14.99 at Costco.

Condado de Haza Crianza Ribera del Duero

Online at it goes for $25, and this bottle is $20 at other outlets.  93 points from Wine Enthusiast on this 2019 vintage, and the wine continually pulls down 90+ point ratings from multiple reviewers across every vintage.

On top of that, we adore wines from Ribera del Duero, and this 2019 vintage just cemented these strong feelings once again.  This is about as good of a wine as you can score for $15 in our opinion.

The wine is a deep ruby in the glass with an earthy, perfume nose; nice dark fruit, blackberry, black cherry and plum flavors; full bodied with a dusty, dry finish; it’s rustic just like we want in these wines.

Condado de Haza Crianza Ribera del Duero

It is just the perfect expression of the Spanish terroir, packaged up so well.  We can’t say enough about this one.  Enjoy, and cheers to Costco for bringing in a big time winner. Rating: 92 points (a Costco Wine top pick)

Costco item number: 1259747

Purchased at Costco in: Atlanta, GA (Kennesaw)

Alc. 14.5%

Don Woods

Saturday 17th of June 2023

Once again, I went to Costco on the day I received the update on 2019 Condado de Haza Crianza Ribera del Duero, and found out there was zero available in the state of Georgia.

It is a simple request to ask the front end manager to look up a code to see availability by club.

I get zero value from these updates when the product is unavailable.

Mike McKernan

Sunday 18th of June 2023

@Don Woods, Be thankful you don’t live in Pennsylvania like our daughter. State controlled / run liquor stores 😢no alcohol at Costco.


Saturday 17th of June 2023

Hi Don, We are 100% independent of Costco and run this site for fun as a hobby. We don’t have any special insight into the wine’s distribution.  I wish we did but I want to be independent so we can always be honest about wines we like and the ones we don’t.  We buy everything ourselves at the Costco locations around the Atlanta area.  Some of the wines we review show up in Japan but not Florida.  It’s a confusing system.  I hope you find some of them near you soon and sorry we don’t have a better answer but we are consumers just like you. 


Wednesday 14th of June 2023

Didn’t find this Crianza at our Costco in Henrico, VA. But snagged a couple of the Kirkland 2019 Barolo. Hoping to see you review this one soon. Last review was 2017?

Joe Roberts

Wednesday 14th of June 2023

I know that Spanish wines can represent great values, but I had passed this one by, mostly because of the designation of "crianza" --- the lowest echelon on the Spanish rating system. But thanks to your review I will be tossing a few in my cart the next trip, and if I like it as much as you, will probably be back for more.

Stefan Pollack

Wednesday 14th of June 2023

I was wondering about this Condado de Haza Ribera Del Duero wine at COSTCO. Some customers were inquiring about it to me on days I was working in the wine sections.

I have always favored the Del Duero wines over Riojas.

Based on your high rating I intend to recommend this wine to wine section customers the next time I am scheduled to work by Entourage.

I will go over and buy a couple of bottles for myself soonest.



Wednesday 14th of June 2023

That is an incredible price for Candado de Haza, I will be keeping a sharp eye out for it in Glenview IL - one to stock up on at that price

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