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Marques de Murrieta Rioja Reserva 2017 [750ml/12cs]

$34.99 x 12
(price per 750ml bottle) - sold in cases of 12 bottles
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Type:
Red Table Wine
Varietal:
Tempranillo & Tempranillo Blends
Vintage:
2017
Country:
Spain
Region:
Rioja
Sub Region:
Rioja Alta
Winery:
Marqués de Murrieta
Bottles / case:
12
Unit:
750 ml

To be classified as a “Reserva”, a wine must spend one year or more in oak, followed by two or more in bottle. Fruit for Marqués de Murrieta’s Reserva is hand-harvested from the Ygay Estate on the southernmost point of Rioja Alta, some 320 to 485 metres above sea level. Predominantly Tempranillo, with the remainder composed of Graciano, Garnacha, and Mazuelo (also known as Carignan). Hand-harvested fruit is de-stemmed and fermented in cool stainless steel, then pressed in a vertical press – a gentle means of extracting juice. The wine spends 16 months in new and neutral American oak barrels, then nearly a year and a half in bottle prior to release.

“Murrieta’s Reserva bottling is always up there with the best examples in the region, expressing vintage variation as well as terroir. The bodega reduced its crop in the vineyard to produce a wine with more concentration, marrying Tempranillo with 13% Graciano, Mazuelo and Garnacha and ageing it in 10% American wood. Pure, serious and refreshing with underlying elegance. 2021-30″.
94 points, Tim Atkins MW, Rioja Report 2020

“This is very structured and powerful with a dense and rich palate of ripe fruit and hints of toasted oak. Full and layered. Structured. Released February 2020. Needs a few years of bottle age. Try after 2021.”
94 points, JamesSuckling.com, July 2019

“I also tasted an unbottled sample of the 2016 Rioja Reserva, which should be bottled in a couple of months, before the summer. What I tasted was the final blend, and it represents the year—2016 was a cooler year, and the wine also goes in that direction. 2016 saw a large crop, and the grapes for this cuvée were harvested at the end of September, going toward more finesse and subtleness, combined with the natural power. There was a change in the winery in 2016 that was finalized in 2018 with the new winery. The wine is textured and fine, and it’s more elegant than the 2015 I tasted next to it. The detail and texture on the palate is different, and the quality of the tannins is completely different. This should be released in early 2020. There will be almost 1.1 million bottles of this, which is remarkable, as they have managed to increase quality and quantity.”
(93-94) points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, June 2019

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