Tasting notes: MUGA – PRADO ENEA GRAN RESERVA TINTO 2010
- View: color cherry red, layer high and medium density.
- Nose: delicate and fresh, on first impression reminds us of red fruits (type blackberry), notes of spicy cinnamon and touch of toast foster reminding us to cedar, nuances of vanilla on the branch and fall leaves. After 16 months in tanks and american oak 36 months in oak barrels, mainly French, we appreciate a wood very well worked and integrated.
- Mouth: fresh, long, with a acidity, very integrated; the tannin begins to be polished, and what makes delicious and elegantly. It is a wine franc and with a great ageing power.
Bodegas Muga, family winery founded in 1932, it is located in the historic Station District of Haro (Rioja), its facilities are based on an edibenefit bicentennial, with stone and oak as central elements of the same.
In their near 25.000 square feet, everything revolves around the oak, protagonist unequivocal with a few 200 deposits in such material and 14.000 barrels are manufactured with a wide range of types of oak, spanning from the French (Allier, Tronçais or Jupilles), American, Hungarian, Russian, even small items of Spanish oak.