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Marques de Caceres Rioja Reserva 2015
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This is a red wine imageMarques de Caceres Rioja Reserva 2015

$21.33$16.95
 
Tim Atkin 93
Mixing fruit from the various villages in the Rioja Alta with 15 fruit from Laguardia and Lanciego, this stylish, Tempranillo-dominated Reserva is made to a commendably consistent quality. Aged in French oak, it's dense, concentrated yet refreshing with bramble, black cherry and nutmeg flavors and fresh acidity.-TA

Anthony Dias Blue 93
Dark cherry color and earthy, dense aromas; lush and tangy with complex and ell-developed notes of berries, spice, and toasty oak. Smooth, balanced, and ... read more
This is a red wine
Item ID: #36780
Shelf at store:12c
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Tim Atkin 93
Mixing fruit from the various villages in the Rioja Alta with 15 fruit from Laguardia and Lanciego, this stylish, Tempranillo-dominated Reserva is made to a commendably consistent quality. Aged in French oak, it's dense, concentrated yet refreshing with bramble, black cherry and nutmeg flavors and fresh acidity.-TA

Anthony Dias Blue 93
Dark cherry color and earthy, dense aromas; lush and tangy with complex and ell-developed notes of berries, spice, and toasty oak. Smooth, balanced, and ready to drink.-ADB

Tasting Panel 93
Dark garnet color and a nose of cherry and earth; smooth, bright, and juicy with mature notes of plum and spice. Balanced and complex, long and complete.-TP

Founded in 1970, with its first release in 1975, Marqus de Cceres 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 Elyse bought and restored two abandoned chateaux, Chateau Camensac and Chateau Larose-Trintaudon. These chateaux 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 Marqus de Cceres and Henri and his daughter, Christine, are at the helm. The vinification methods at Bodegas Marqus de Cceres 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.-Winery Notes

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Marques De CaceresIn 1970, Enrique Forner founded Marqués de Cáceres, Unión Vitivinícola, S.A., a historic Alliance between a region (Cenicero, La Rioja Alta), an enterprising family that has been devoted to the wine trade for five generations, the best vine growers and vineyards in La Rioja and a Bordeaux concept which revolutionised the production and business model with a single objective: the quality to obtain the best wines, an obsession that today continues to be the leitmotif of Cristina Forner, the fifth generation of this distinguished wine family.

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Edward

Very Good

"Tart cherry and blackberry. Nice long finish. Pretty hard to beat at this price. These guys are very consistent year after year. Equally good for quaffing and pairing with beef."

Barry

Stuffed animal.

"If you do not like structural acidity in your wine, this could be a homerun for you. It is extremely soft, mouth filling, round, and full of fruit. It lacks brightness and structure. There are many real high reserve as of this vintage from other makers I would much prefer to drink. Vina Alberdi Is way more food friendly, for example, and available for a very aggressive price from Empire. For a slam dunk Crianza I would try El Cotofor around nine bucks."

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