Marqués de Murrieta Pazo de Barrantes Albariño Do Rias Baixas 2007

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In the heart of the Salnes Valley in the Rias Baixas, the Creixell family - owners of the famous Rioja estate Marqués...

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Cherry and raspberry aromas lead the charge, but as it airs out it becomes more raisiny and jammy smelling. The flavors are solid but distant, with... Read more

Bright ruby-red. Cherry, black raspberry, vanilla and cracked pepper on the highly perfumed nose. Sappy, incisive dark fruit flavors are lifted by ... Read more

This wine exhibits a dense, bright cherry color. Appealing, big and spicy nose. Impressive stuff with outstanding aroma of cherry and red fruit, mi... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
03/19/2013

Cherry and raspberry aromas lead the charge, but as it airs out it becomes more raisiny and jammy smelling. The flavors are solid but distant, with simple red fruit, oak and barrel notes setting the pace. Highly drinkable and easygoing but not comple... Wine Enthusiast. A Proprietary Blend wine from Rioja in Spain. 2007 Marques de Murrieta Rioja Reserva 750ml


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
01/03/2013

Bright ruby-red. Cherry, black raspberry, vanilla and cracked pepper on the highly perfumed nose. Sappy, incisive dark fruit flavors are lifted by tangy acidity and pick up smokiness and oak spices with air. Finishes on a gently sweet note, with v... Stephen Tanzers IWC. A Proprietary Blend wine from Rioja in Spain. 2007 Marques de Murrieta Rioja Reserva 750ml


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Source: Vines Wine and Spirits
01/10/2013

This wine exhibits a dense, bright cherry color. Appealing, big and spicy nose. Impressive stuff with outstanding aroma of cherry and red fruit, mineral smoke and subtle oak notes. On the palate it reveals fleshy fruit and silky tannins


Winemaker's Notes:

In the heart of the Salnes Valley in the Rias Baixas, the Creixell family - owners of the famous Rioja estate Marqués de Murrieta - created Pazo de Barrantes. The family home - an imposing sixteenth century manor house - is the centre of this 12 hectares winery. Founded in 1991 and equipped with the latest technology, today the winery has a production of 200,000 bottles of excellent Albariño per year. The winery shares the same values as the Rioja estate, offering the finest wines possible whilst maintain the respect for tradition and nature. Owner of both historical bodegas Vicente Dalmau Cebrián - the Count of Creixell - says “Pazo de Barrantes continues to consolidate itself as the leading, quality winery of the Rias Baixas (one of Spain’s best white wine producing areas). The full bodied Albariño is winning more and more admirers.” This fruity and floral wine is ideal with any kind of seafood, white fish and rice dishes. Serve between 12-13C.

In the heart of the Salnes Valley in the Rias Baixas, the Creixell family - owners of the famous Rioja estate Marqués de Murrieta - created Pazo de Barrantes. The family home - an imposing sixteenth century manor house - is the centre of this 12 hectares winery. Founded in 1991 and equipped with the latest technology, today the winery has a production of 200,000 bottles of excellent Albariño per year. The winery shares the same values as the Rioja estate, offering the finest wines possible whilst maintain the respect for tradition and nature. Owner of both historical bodegas Vicente Dalmau Cebrián - the Count of Creixell - says “Pazo de Barrantes continues to consolidate itself as the leading, quality winery of the Rias Baixas (one of Spain’s best white wine producing areas). The full bodied Albariño is winning more and more admirers.” This fruity and floral wine is ideal with any kind of seafood, white fish and rice dishes. Serve between 12-13C.

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