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Marqués de Riscal Gran Reserva

To make their Gran Reserva wines, Riscal use grapes from vines over 30 years old, from their own estate vineyards and bought in from associated local growers. Once the wine destined to become a Gran Reserva has been selected, following the coupage of the wines of the new vintage, it is put into American oak casks where it will age for between two and a half and three years. This is followed by a further minimum of three years bottle ageing before release for sale.

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  • Ratings
    Ratings 2005: WE 93
  • Grape Variety
    Grape Variety Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo
  • Tasting Notes
    Tasting Notes Deep black-cherry color, almost opaque. Very elegant, complex nose, with aromas of black fruit and lots of spice. It is smooth and round in the mouth, with tannins which are firm, yet silky and very sweet and which envelop the whole palate. The finish is long, lingering, fresh and balanced with a hint of fine elegant tannins.
  • Palate
    Palate It is smooth and round in the mouth, with tannins which are firm, yet silky and very sweet and which envelop the whole palate. The finish is long, lingering, fresh and balanced with a hint of fine elegant tannins.
  • Aroma
    Aroma Very elegant, complex nose, with aromas of black fruit and lots of spice.
  • Serving Temperature
    Serving Temperature Best served at 16º-18ºC
  • Color
    Color Deep black cherry color, almost opaque.

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