Marques de Caceres - Reserva 2008-10 - Intense bouquet 75cl Bottle


Marques de Caceres - Reserva 2008-10
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Bright, vivid dark ruby colour.

Intense bouquet that brings to mind jelly made from fruits of the forest (bilberries) and sweet spice.

Good concentration in the mouth with delicious tannins that highlight the wines rich fruit that has become more complex following ageing in the barrel.

On the whole, an unctuous wine with a pleasant fullness that lingers on the pallet with a depth of refined toasted notes.

A very elegant wine with superb potential for development.

A splendid bottle to marry with savoury fish dishes such as fresh tuna in spicy tomato sauce, refined delicatessen products (chorizo, salami), all kinds of beef (roasted, stewed or grilled), foie gras, duck, partridge, game ad mature cheese.

Marques de Caceres is one of the best known Rioja brands in the world. The winery goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure that the quality of this wine is consistently high.

Grape: 85% Temranillo, 15% Garnacha.

Category(s):     Red Wine
Group(s):     Spanish Wines
Producer: Marques de Caceres   -
ABV:   13.5%
Appellation:   Rioja DOCa
Brand:   Marques de Caceres
Country of Origin:   Spain
Food Match:   Pork
Grape Type:   Tempranillo
Grape Type:   Tempranillo
Grape Type:   Grenache/Garnacha
Region:   La Rioja
Vintage:   2008-10


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