Marqués de Riscal Gran Reserva 2017 75 cl.Bodegas Herederos del Marqués de Riscal
Bodegas Herederos del Marqués de Riscal elaborates this vegan extra-old red wine in the D.O.C. Rioja (España) with tempranillo grapes.
In the elaboration of the Marqués de Riscal Gran Reserva, Riscal employs grapes from old vineyards of more than 80 years, from own productions or acquired by viticulturists Fixed premises. Once the wine is selected to elaborate the large reserve after the unification of the harvest, this happens to French oak barrel, where it will remain between two and a half years and three years (32 months), plus three three Years in bottle before its marketing.
Intense red pillow, with violet irises. In the nose expresses a complex aromatic intesidad, balsamic, in perfect balance between fruit aromas and the torrefacts of light toasted reminiscent of fine woods. In the palate is unctuous, in harmony with the fruit, with good tanic concentration, round and with a persistent finish.
This wine domestic well with ham, cheeses cured, meats Rojas, all kinds of roasts and hunting stews.
- 75 cl.
- Made by
- Bodegas Herederos del Marqués de Riscal
- Made in
- Designation of Origin
- D.O.C. Rioja
- 14% Vol.
- Extra-long Aging
- Grape Variety
- Robert Parker Rating
- 91 RP
- James Suckling Rating
- 94 JS
About Bodegas Herederos del Marqués de Riscal
With roots in the vineyards of Rioja, the continuous evolution of Marqués de Riscal has placed them in different regions and appellations of the Spanish geography, completing a unique and varied collection of the main wine profiles of our country.
Marqués de Riscal is firmly committed to organic farming. For this reason, as of the 2018 harvest, all the white grape estates owned by the winery have achieved organic certification. Marqués de Riscal is committed to making a wine with the least possible intervention, wanting to highlight the varietal purity and the character of the terroir. Respect for the environment, the native fauna and the ecosystem makes the crop more sustainable and lengthens the life of the vineyards as a future guarantee of the quality of its wines.