- AgeingGran Reserva
- GrapeMazuelo, Graciano, Garnacha, Tempranillo
- Recommended PairingGame meats, Sausages, Iberian ham, Meats
- ZonesLa Rioja
- OcasionesFirma de contrato, Arréglalo con vino, Wine Freaks
Look Color ripe cherry high layer tile and trim.
Smell Elegant nose with notes of black fruits, dairy nuances and notes of snuff and leather own parenting.
Taste Balanced and velvety on the palate with good body and enveloping on the palate, where appreciate nuances of fruit liqueur.
LookColor ripe cherry high layer tile and trim.
SmellElegant nose with notes of black fruits, dairy nuances and notes of snuff and leather own parenting.
TasteBalanced and velvety on the palate with good body and enveloping on the palate, where appreciate nuances of fruit liqueur.
Marqués de Murrieta
The origin of the Marqués de Murrieta winery is linked to the origin of Rioja wine. Its founder, the Marqués de Murrieta, brought Bordeaux winemaking techniques to Spain, made his first wine in 1852 in Logroño and settled in Finca Ygay. Located in the heart of Rioja, this estate is home to the Ygay Castle, the headquarters of the Marqués de Murrieta winery, surrounded by 300 hectares of surrounding vineyards.
A palpable demonstration of the elegance, balance and regularity that characterise the Marqués de Murrieta winery and its surrounding vineyards located in La Finca The wines of Marqués de Murrieta show a balanced ageing in new and semi-new American oak barrels and bottle ageing. The result is elegant wines that combine complexity and finesse and combine the best attributes of the Rioja identity with modern touches.
Description of Marqués de Murrieta Gran ReservaMarqués de Murrieta Gran Reserva is a limited edition produced by the prestigious Riojan winery in its most select estate, the Finca Ygay.A spectacular wine that shows elegance and balance .Made with Tempranillo, Mazuelo, Garnacha and Graciano grapes this wine is not only characterized by demonstrating that a Gran Reserva can be a classic wine but is also distinguished by its current tildes.
- Iberian ham