2011 Muga Prado Enea

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$73.99

6 in stock

Winemaker Notes

The wine exhibits an attractive, deep, cherry color. The nose is fresh and complex expressing aromas of blackberry forest fruit and prunes, while notes of cocoa, vanilla and subtle toast also come through denoting an ageing in top quality oak. Fresh on the palate with very well-integrated acidity. A lovely, pleasant mouth-feel with a good lingering finish. Clean and fresh with great ageing potential.

This wine pairs well with casseroles, meat dishes, fish and cheese; and it can even be enjoyed on its own, without any accompaniment.

Blend: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Grenache, Mazuelo (Carignan) and Graciano

James Suckling 99 Points

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 96 Points

About Bodegas Muga

Bodegas Muga is a family business founded by Isaac Muga and Aurora Caño in 1932, which is located in the historic Barrio de La Estación (Station Quarter) of Haro. With an area of around 25,000 square metres, it is home to both the most traditional winemaking methods and the latest cutting-edge techniques.

Wines that are born from inspiration and authenticity.

In Muga, we always use the finest materials and are open to new techniques that provide greater quality without losing authenticity.

To produce each of our wines, we continue opting for traditional procedures:

Through the natural process of fining, we eliminate the suspended particles that appear in the wine.

We carry out the decanting by the traditional method of gravity.
We are the only cellar in Spain with a master cooper and three in-house barrel-makers.

2011 Muga Prado Enea

$73.99

6 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: ,

Winemaker Notes

The wine exhibits an attractive, deep, cherry color. The nose is fresh and complex expressing aromas of blackberry forest fruit and prunes, while notes of cocoa, vanilla and subtle toast also come through denoting an ageing in top quality oak. Fresh on the palate with very well-integrated acidity. A lovely, pleasant mouth-feel with a good lingering finish. Clean and fresh with great ageing potential.

This wine pairs well with casseroles, meat dishes, fish and cheese; and it can even be enjoyed on its own, without any accompaniment.

Blend: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Grenache, Mazuelo (Carignan) and Graciano

James Suckling 99 Points

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 96 Points

About Bodegas Muga

Bodegas Muga is a family business founded by Isaac Muga and Aurora Caño in 1932, which is located in the historic Barrio de La Estación (Station Quarter) of Haro. With an area of around 25,000 square metres, it is home to both the most traditional winemaking methods and the latest cutting-edge techniques.

Wines that are born from inspiration and authenticity.

In Muga, we always use the finest materials and are open to new techniques that provide greater quality without losing authenticity.

To produce each of our wines, we continue opting for traditional procedures:

Through the natural process of fining, we eliminate the suspended particles that appear in the wine.

We carry out the decanting by the traditional method of gravity.
We are the only cellar in Spain with a master cooper and three in-house barrel-makers.

Winemaker Notes

The wine exhibits an attractive, deep, cherry color. The nose is fresh and complex expressing aromas of blackberry forest fruit and prunes, while notes of cocoa, vanilla and subtle toast also come through denoting an ageing in top quality oak. Fresh on the palate with very well-integrated acidity. A lovely, pleasant mouth-feel with a good lingering finish. Clean and fresh with great ageing potential.

This wine pairs well with casseroles, meat dishes, fish and cheese; and it can even be enjoyed on its own, without any accompaniment.

Blend: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Grenache, Mazuelo (Carignan) and Graciano

James Suckling 99 Points

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 96 Points

About Bodegas Muga

Bodegas Muga is a family business founded by Isaac Muga and Aurora Caño in 1932, which is located in the historic Barrio de La Estación (Station Quarter) of Haro. With an area of around 25,000 square metres, it is home to both the most traditional winemaking methods and the latest cutting-edge techniques.

Wines that are born from inspiration and authenticity.

In Muga, we always use the finest materials and are open to new techniques that provide greater quality without losing authenticity.

To produce each of our wines, we continue opting for traditional procedures:

Through the natural process of fining, we eliminate the suspended particles that appear in the wine.

We carry out the decanting by the traditional method of gravity.
We are the only cellar in Spain with a master cooper and three in-house barrel-makers.