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Marques de Caceres Rioja Gran Reserva 2010

Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain
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14% ABV
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Winemaker Notes

Intense color with ruby-red on the edge turning slightly brick-red. The bouquet combines stewed fruit, purple plums, balsamic notes and refined oak with a depth of clove. Nice body in the mouth where mature tannins delight with fresh, lively notes to give a silky fullness. Long-lasting flavors and superb potential for ageing.

Blend: 85% Tempranillo, 8% Garnacha tinta, 7% Graciano

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WE 91
Wine Enthusiast
Almost overripe aromas of prune and raisin are at the fore on the nose. A full, chewy palate shows big tannins and roasted, earthy flavors of olive, spice cake and berry fruits. Assertive tannins linger through the finish, with flavors of licorice, herbs and chocolate. Drink through 2022.
JS 91
James Suckling
A very rich and ripe Rioja with treacle tart, coffee, and some oxidative dark-berry character. Full body, velvety tannins building to an old-school, chewy finish. Slightly extracted style here. Another three or four years may soften it. Drink in 2020.
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Marques de Caceres, Spain
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Founded in 1970, with its first release in 1975, Marqués de Cáceres the Rioja bodega was established by Henri Forner, whose family has been active in the wine business for generations. The winery is named for a Spanish peer who was also an investor in the winery and a friend of Henri Forner.

The Forner family fled Spain during the Spanish Civil War and settled in France. In the early 1960s, Henri Forner and his brother Elysée bought and restored two abandoned châteaux, Château Camensac and Château Larose-Trintaudon. These châteaux are now recognized as two of the finest properties in Bordeaux. When Henri decided to establish a bodega in his homeland, he selected what he considered the finest viticultural area in Spain: Cenicero in Rioja Alta.

Emile Peynaud, former professor and chief wine researcher at the University of Bordeaux, was initial consultant to the winery. Today, Michel Rolland is wine consultant at Marqués de Cáceres and Henri and his daughter, Christine, are at the helm. The vinification methods at Bodegas Marqués de Cáceres are similar to those used in Bordeaux. Thus, French winemaking techniques and expertise have been applied to native Spanish grapes to produce one of the finest modern Riojas.

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Hailed as the star red variety in Spain’s most celebrated wine region, Tempranillo from Rioja, or simply labeled, “Rioja,” produces elegant wines with complex notes of red and black fruit, crushed rock, leather, toast and tobacco, whose best examples are fully capable of decades of improvement in the cellar.

Rioja wines are typically a blend of fruit from its three sub-regions: Rioja Alta, Rioja Alavesa and Rioja Oriental, although specific sub-region (zonas), village (municipios) and vineyard (viñedo singular) wines can now be labeled. Rioja Alta and Alavesa, at the highest elevations, are considered to be the source of the brightest, most elegant fruit, while grapes from the warmer and drier, Rioja Oriental, produce wines with deep color, great body and richness.

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PBC2266542_2010 Item# 362087