Prado Enea 2011, made with tempranillo, mazuelo, garnacha and graciano, has seemed to us a consistent and well structured wine, with very well integrated wood and a tasty aftertaste. A great wine
Since 1932 in the historic district of Haro Station and following traditional procedures linked to technology, Muga produces wines of the highest quality.
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|Wine Type||Red Wine|
|Grapes||Tempranillo, Garnacha, Graciano, Mazuelo|
|Robert Parket Points||96|
|Guía Peñín Points||93|
|Country of Origin||Spain|
Prado Enea 2011 is a blend of the 80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano varieties. Next to the Torre Muga grapes, the Prado Enea grapes are always the last to enter the winery. With this we ensure an optimal maturation. The grape always ferments in oak deposits of 10,000 Kg capacity without temperature control or addition of yeast. The maceration is variable but can last up to twenty days.
The aging of this wine is 12 months in oak deposits of 16,000 liters, thirty six months in oak barrels (minimum), and thirty six months (minimum) in bottle. After aging, a light clarification is made with fresh egg white.
Prado Enea 2011 is ideal to accompany civet, big game and roasts. We recommend decanting before consuming. Ideal service temperature 16ºC.
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