£9.16/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Marqués de Cáceres Blanco 2020
|Alcohol content i||12.5%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2020|
Viura is the indigenous grape used here and this region’s most extensively planted white variety, offering a fresh and fruity wine that is one of the Marqués de Cáceres traditionals.
Aperitifs / Salads / Seafood / Fish / Grilled fish / Rice dishes / Pasta dishes
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC
- ViewStraw yellow / Clean
- Bouquet:Fresh / Mineral notes / Pear
- Mouth:Straightforward / Good acidity / Croccante / Flavoursome / Lively
Great value wine with more depth than expected
cI purchased this based on the reviews and it's low price. I wasn't disappointed, the wine is very pleasant drinking with good depth and flavours. Doesn't have much nose and I preferred it when it was fresh from the refrigerator, although that may be because it was a hot day.by: Mike Smith (24/10/2020) - Vintage 2019
Just about the perfect white rioja for every occasion, from dining to partying. Fits in well with foods that are not overwhelmed by its subtle tones and smooth finish. Have ordered many times and delighted with the consistency of flavourby: John (11/05/2018) - Vintage 2017
Great value quality wine
I never tire of this wine like I do with some others that taste great immediately but have no length. I have been buying this wine from Vinissimus for several years now and will be continuing to do so.by: John (07/06/2019) - Vintage 2018
Great summer wine at a great price
Marques de Caceres Blanco is a fresh tasting young wine that is perfect for those summer evenings outside. It is taste that that I don't tire of unlike others that just have an immediate appeal.by: John (20/02/2017) - Vintage 2015
I love it
This has been our staple white wine for years now. We never tire of it. One tends to get bored with some wines after a while because they are a bit too obvious. Long may it continue.
Wine from Marqués de Cáceres
Enrique Forner founded the company Marqués de Cáceres Unión Vitivinícola in 1970, with its name granted by an old family friend who was descended from the original 18th Century marquis. Many of the area’s best vine growers and their vineyards were incorporated into this project, and years later most still remain, meaning that this bodega controls around 1,200 hectares locally, thanks to the strong links forged back then. The Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa is the location for the...