Caceres Reserva 2001

Marques de Caceres, Rioja, Reserva 2001 The nose smells of stewed cherries, evolving nicely, developing complexity. In the mouth, the characteristic acidity is on display, on a plate of suppleness, with leather, olive and cherries – very nice. The fruit is a high proportion of old vine 85% Tempranillo, 15% Garnacha and Graciano. The wine is aged 22 months in French oak and at least 2 years in bottle before release. 13.5% $20.49 at Bottle Barn Caceres

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