Prado Enea Gran Reserva Muga 2014 75cl
|Weinhaus||Muga Bodegas, 26200 Haro, Spanien|
|Traubensorte(n)||Cabernet-Sauvignon, Garnacha Tinta, Graciano, Tempranillo|
|Inhalt in l||0.75|
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granatrot, intensiv, klar
abgerundet, konzentriert, vollmundig
gereift, Holznote, sauber
dunkelroter Fruchtsaft, Kräuter, schwarze Beerenfrüchte, Zimt
Geflügel an leichter Sauce, helles Fleischgericht an Butter oder Rahm, herbstliche Speisen, Ragout, Rindsfilet
Issue 243 End of June 2019, The Wine Advocate | 28th Jun 2019 | Luis Gutiérrez
The most classical of the wines from Muga, the 2011 Prado Enea Gran Reserva comes from a warm year that here was cooler than 2012, when they did not produce it. There won't be a 2013 either. So after this 2011, the following vintage will be 2014 but with fewer bottles and then 2015 and 2016. The wine has a developed nose with some tertiary notes, combined with some notes of ripe black fruit and sweet spices. It fees like an open, expressive and hedonistic year for Prado Enea. The palate reveals polished tannins and some balsamic and developed flavors, truffle, forest floor and hints of cigar ash and incense. Stylistically, this could be close to the 2006, which was also surprisingly fresh for the average ripeness found in Rioja in general. 92,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in early 2015 after almost 40 months in barrel. Time in bottle has polished the wine, and it's ready to drink on release, but it's a wine that is going to develop in bottle for a long time.