Muga Prado Enea Gran Reserva 2015 (1x75cl)

2015 was a fantastic vintage in Rioja and the Muga Prado Enea Gran Reserva is simply stunning. The Wine Advocate called it "One of the finest Prado Enea vintages".

Muga Rioja Torre Muga 2019 (6x75cl)

Muga Rioja Torre Muga 2019 (6x75cl)

Muga Rioja Torre Muga 2019 (1x75cl)

Muga Rioja Torre Muga 2019 (1x75cl)

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  • Product Details :

    • Country : Spain
    • Region : Rioja
    • Sub Region : NA
    • Type : Still
    • Year : 2015
    • Number of bottles in pack : 1
    • Bottle Size : 75cl
    • Pack Size : 1x75cl
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What the critics say:


99 Points | Tim Atkin MW

Produced in what Isaac Muga calls the "super vintage" of 2015, this is one of the great Prado Eneas, a wine that falls just short of perfection. Sourced from the cool zone close to the Montes Obarenes, it's a stunning, age-worthy cuvée of Tempranillo with 15% Garnacha and 5% Mazuelo, aged in French and American oak. Combining structure with finesse, this is concentrated, chalky yet refreshing with wonderful precision and palate length. 2028-40


97 Points | Wine Advocate

The most classical of their wines, the 2015 Prado Enea Gran Reserva is a blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano, mostly from Rioja Alta (Sajazarra, Cellorigo and Fonzaleche), but the Garnacha is from different plots in the zone of Tudelilla at high altitude. These grapes are always picked last, but the wine has a similar alcohol level as the rest, around 14.5% in a warm year like 2019. The modus operandi is similar to other of the top cuvées—harvested into 200-kilogram boxes, destemming, optical sorting and fermentation in small oak casks with indigenous yeasts. The élevage in this case is extended to 36 months, and the barrels are only 10% new. This is, year in, year out, my favorite wine from Muga, and in this powerful and ripe year, these late-harvesting vines ripened thoroughly and delivered a full array of aromas and flavors so that the wine has plenty of depth and complexity. It has a very classical profile, with incipient tertiary notes, perfumed, floral and rich, textured and beautifully balanced. They compare this 2015 with 2009 and 2005 in terms of style but with freshness in the style of 2001 and 2010. It's enjoyable but should also develop for a long time in bottle. One of the finest Prado Enea vintages. 108,000 bottles produced. It was bottled in November 2018. There's no 2012 or 2013 of this. There will be a 2016 and 2019, but no 2017 or 2018. 2020 is still a question mark, they have not yet decided it.


96 Points | Jeb Dunnuck

The 2015 Prado Enea Gran Reserva comes from a hotter, riper vintage, but it shares similar gamey, exotic aromatics of red and black fruits, sappy herbs, flowers, leather, iron, and background cedary oak. Rich, medium to full-bodied, incredibly pure, and balanced, it has ripe, still present tannins, impeccable balance, and a great finish. This is a classic expression of this cuvée that can be enjoyed any time over the coming two decades or more.

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