£14.70/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Marqués de Cáceres Reserva 2016
|Alcohol content i||14.0%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2016|
A coupage made from 85% Tempranillo, 15% Graciano and Garnacha Tinta, this wine is the product of one of the decade’s best harvests, sourced from old vines with low yields that give greater concentration.
A fine dark colour, the wine releases complex aromas on the nose from well-handled ageing, powerful black fruit notes and toasty undertones mingling with hints of very fine oak. There is liveliness on the palate, with plenty of volume and concentrated flavours. This is a classy, elegant wine showing good structure and a meaty texture, with great cellaring potential.
Aged for 22 months in French oak barrels and subsequently for a minimum of 24 months in bottle.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC
Lush Oaky Reserva
A delicious oaky Reserva, a real treat with the roast lamb we enjoyed for Easter. A distinct step up from the crianza. Lush fruity flavours with the oakey taste in the backgroundby: Jane (27/12/2017) - Vintage 2012
A classic to enjoy
Delicious, a real classic which has all the qualities of a very good Reserva Rioja, its rich fruity taste pairs particularly well with venison, lamb and cheese.by: Terry (14/06/2018) - Vintage 2012
This is a wine we have tried some years ago which has always given us pleasure to drink. We like his flavour.by: Eric Chapelle (30 Apr) - Vintage 2015
Très bon rapport prix quelité
Très bon vin plein de soleil avec un excellent rapport qualité prix . Equilibre parfait entre la douceur et l'acidité . Facile à boire , beaucoup de tanins et de souplesse . A recommanderby: Gérard Mattelaer (23/12/2020) - Vintage 2015
Bon rapport qualité/prix
Très bon vin de la région de Rioja. Le Reserva est vraiment agréable et fera certainement l'affaire pour accompagner bon nombre de plats relevés.
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...