2014 Bodegas Muriel Gran Reserva

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2014 Bodegas Muriel Gran Reserva

Bodegas Muriel
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Red ruby color with a distinctive brick orange rim. Deep and intense nose, showing vanilla notes, coffee, spices and ripe red fruit. Dry leaves, leather and nutty notes are from the bottle's aging period. The wine is balanced and silky. Exceptionally pleasant, with persistent, yet elegant aftertaste. Its complex and intense personality will make it evolve beautifully over the next few years.

James Suckling (93 points):

Complex and ethereal dark plums, savory spices and tobacco with sweet spices, iron and dried orange peel. This is long and elegant on the palate, rounded by creamy and firm tannins. Drink or hold.

In 1926, Bodegas Murua was founded by José Murua in Rioja Alavesa, one of the three sub-regions of Rioja. Determined to follow in his father’s footsteps, Julián Murua Entrena began his own wine journey specializing in the art of blending, eventually establishing Bodegas Muriel in 1982. Bodegas Muriel excels at producing elegant and complex Reserva-designated Riojas. The name “Muriel” is a blending that comes from the owners’ last name, Murua, the region of Rioja and the town of Elciego. Julián and his son Javier now run the winery with a mission to meld the long-held winemaking traditions of the region with the new technologies of today.

Bodegas Muriel has the great fortune of residing in the town of Elciego, known for some of the best terroir in the region producing spectacular, complex wines. The vineyards are comprised of clay-chalk soils whose roots reach deep into the earth. The vines are also planted on terraced vineyards, which allow drainage and the prevention of erosion. The climate is a blend of Mediterranean with continental and maritime influences, creating ideal ripening conditions. The vines produce aromatic and elegant wines that are age-worthy.

Acidity: 5.3 g/l
Sugar: 1.4 g/l
PH: 3.58
Alcohol content: 13.5

Vintage: 2014

Style: Red Wine

Varietal: Tempranillo

Appellation: Rioja

Winemaker: Bodegas Muriel

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