|Production||900,000 - 1,100,000 bottles|
Marqués de Murrieta Reserva2016
Other bottle sizes and vintages
£21.55/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Fragrant / Black fruit / Floral notes / Toasty notes|
|Tobacco / Pepper / Orange peel / Harmonious|
Drinking and storing
Roasts, Serrano ham, Semi-cured cheeses, Oven-baked fish, Cod, Game stews
Ratings and awards
|2017||93 PK||93 PN||95 SK|
|2016||93-94 PK||93 PN|
|2015||93 PK||91 PN||93 SK|
|2014||93 PK||91 PN|
|2013||92 PK||90 PN|
|2012||92 PK||92 PN||95 SK|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
We first tried this wine when on holiday in Spain this year. We liked it so much that we ordered a case from Vinissimus when we got home. We were not disappointed. it is very well balanced and smooth and we have continued buying a number of times. Well done Vinissimus!
Really worth a try ....
This Rioja from Marques de Murrieta should be on your shopping list if like me you enjoy excellent quality/value for money .... Really is one to savour and transports you right to the heart of this famous wine region ... go on spoil yourself :)
One of my all time favourite Riojas
I first tried this wine on holiday in Spain and immediately sought out somewhere to buy it online. It is exceptionally smooth but with an underlying complexity to the aftertaste. Best left to breathe for at least an hour or two.
This is our favourite and we always buy through Vinissimus. We had not tried the 2015 vintage before but it is excellent, smooth and keeps up the standard of previous years. A fine wine which we will continue to buy.
Great to have the taste of Spain delivered promptly to my home in Yorkshire, England. This brought back lovely memories of a recent trip to Cordoba, with fragrant aromas and complex flavours.
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Ageing period||16 months|
|Barrel age||New and semi-new|
|Type of wood||American oak|
|Surface area||300.00 hectares|
Marqués de Murrieta
Marqués de Murrieta is one of the most historic Spanish wineries. Its origins date back to 1852 when Luciano de Murrieta started trading his wines in the New World. Today, 165 years later, the impressive Ygay estate seems untouched by the passage of time, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Nowadays, Vicente D. Cebrián-Sagarriga, the present Count of Creixell, manages the winery with his sister Cristina and a skilled young team which understands how to...