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Castillo Ygay Gran Reserva 2011

Añada: 2011
Bodega: Marqués de Murrieta
Capacidad: 75 Cl.
Crianza: 30 meses
Grados de alcohol: 14º
Tipo de vino: Tinto
Variedad: Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo, Garhacha
Wine Spectator94
Zona: D.O. Ca. Rioja
Castillo Ygay Gran Reserva 2011
  • Añada: 2011
  • Bodega: Marqués de Murrieta
  • Capacidad: 75 Cl.
  • Crianza: 30 meses
  • Grados de alcohol: 14º
  • Tipo de vino: Tinto
  • Variedad: Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo, Garhacha
  • Wine Spectator 94
  • Zona: D.O. Ca. Rioja

Tinto gran reserva de Marqués de Murrieta

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Mejor vino del mundo 2020 según Wine Spectator


94 Wine Spectator, 100 Falstaff (2010), 99 Suckling (2010), 97 Parker(2010), 97 Decanter (2010), 

97 Atkin (2010) y 95 Peñín (2010)


Variedades: 85% Tempranillo y15% Mazuelo

Logroño (La Rioja) - D.O. Ca. Rioja

Capacidad: 75cl

Graduación: 14%

Elaboración: Crianza durante 30 meses en barricas roble americano y 36 meses en botella.

 

Notas de The Wine Advocate: I had very high expectations for the 2010 Castillo Ygay Gran Reserva Especial, and the wine delivered as expected. 2010 was one of the finest vintages in Rioja in recent years, and this blend of Tempranillo with 15% Mazuelo (Cariñena) has to be one of the finest modern day Castillo de Ygays. The grapes come from a plot planted in 1966 at 485 meters in altitude, the highest in the estate, and the vines yielded 3,500 kilos per hectare. The two varieties fermented separately in stainless steel for 11 days, and the wine spent 26 months in a mixture of American and French oak barrels. I tasted the 2009 next to this 2010, and I had also had a bottle two nights before. So, I was able to compare this with the 2009, which was a very different year, as 2010 was a cooler year and a priori a more adequate year for long-aging wines like this Gran Reserva. The difference was the vegetative cycle, as the vinification and élevage was the same. This is sleeker and sharper, less developed and livelier than the 2009, which already shows some signs of "old wine" with aromas that remind me of the old classical Rioja reds. It has greatness and finesse and is a very attractive wine with all the stuffing and balance that is needed for a long (and positive) aging in bottle. This is one of the finest modern day vintages of Castillo Ygay. This is going to develop in the direction of the classical bottlings from yesteryear. 130,853 bottles produced. It was bottled in March 2015.



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