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Sierra Cantabria Gran Reserva 2009

Sierra Cantabria Gran Reserva

Rioja (Spain)

A reinterpretation of a classic. A fragrant, complex, silky wine made from Tempranillo grapes grown ...


/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Sierra Cantabria Gran Reserva 2009


Wine Red Gran Reserva

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Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2009


A reinterpretation of a classic. A fragrant, complex, silky wine made from Tempranillo grapes grown on vines over 30 years old, with 24 months spent in barrel and rounded off over a period of more than four years in bottle.

NOTE: It is recommended to open the bottle and decant the wine between 15 and 30 minutes before drinking.

Matured for 24 months in new (25%) and semi-new (75%) 225-litre American oak barrels, and subsequently for a further 4 years in barrel.

Food pairing

Red meats / Game dishes / Stews / Roasts / Cured cheeses / Foie gras

Tasting notes

  • ViewBright / Clean / Ruby red / Brick-red rim / Quite opaque
  • Bouquet:Toasty notes / Complex / Higly aromatic / Ripe red fruit / Balsamic notes / Vanilla / Fruit aromas / Truffle
  • Mouth:Balanced / Complex / Silky / Persistent / Spicy notes / Fresh / Fruit-forward / Ripe tannins / Long / Vigorous / Balsamic notes / Roasted notes / Cocoa


  • Optimum serving temperature:18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: olof schewen (14 Jan) - Vintage 2009

Erwartungen gut übertroffen

was den Wein selbst angeht, erstklassiger trockener Rioja mit einem markanten Eichengeschmack...genau wie er sein soll was den Preis angeht, schwer seines Gleichen zu finden

by: Mike Ellis (09/12/2018) - Vintage 2008

A really special Rioja.

A super Rioja that never disappoints. A definite 'special occasions' wine (family and friends gatherings) that can be placed on the table with 100% confidence.

Sierra Cantabria

Sierra Cantabria

The Eguren family has historical connections with wine-making dating back to 1870 and now five generations have been intrinsically involved with vine cultivation in La Rioja. Expert knowledge has been accrued then passed on, with technological advances in production warmly accepted but without totally superseding traditional ideas that are based on an overriding respect for the soil and the vine. The winery in San Vicente de la Sonsierra was founded in 1957 by Guillermo Egur...