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Bodegas Palacios Remondo "La Montesa" Rioja DOCa 2013 (Rioja, Spain) - [WS 91, #52 Top 100 of 2016]
Bodegas Palacios Remondo "La Montesa" Rioja DOCa 2013 (Rioja, Spain) - [WS 91, #52 Top 100 of 2016]
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91 Points & #52 Top 100 Wines of 2016 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"A thick texture carries plum tart, orange peel, toasted vanilla and anise flavors in this ripe version, balanced by juicy acidity. The spicy, berry-scented finish is long and pure. Drink now through 2023. 10,800 cases imported." — TM (Dec. 31, 2016)

Bodegas Borsao "Tres Picos" Garnacha 2014 (Campo De Borja, Aragon, Spain) - [ST 92] [WS 91, #39 Top 100 of 2016] [RP 90]
Bodegas Borsao "Tres Picos" Garnacha 2014 (Campo De Borja, Aragon, Spain) - [ST 92] [WS 91, #39 Top 100 of 2016] [RP 90]
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92 Points - Stephen Tanzer:
"(fermented in a combination of French oak barrels and stainless steel tanks, then aged in French oak for ten months before bottling): Bright violet color. Heady, exotically perfumed bouquet of ripe red and dark berries, incense and candied flowers, with a smoky mineral overtone and a hint of Asian spices. Intense, deeply pitched raspberry liqueur and cherry-cola flavors stain the palate while displaying a distinctly vibrant quality. Blends power, depth and finesse in a way that's uncommon at anywhere near this price point. Closes sweet, supple and very long, with velvety tannins coming in late to add shape and gentle grip. These bush vines date back to the early 1920s and yield less than two tons of fruit per acre." - Josh Raynolds (September 2015)

Cune Gran Reserva 2010 (Rioja Alavesa, Spain) - [WS 94, #22 Top 100 of 2016]
Cune Gran Reserva 2010 (Rioja Alavesa, Spain) - [WS 94, #22 Top 100 of 2016] [RP 91]
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94 Points & #22 Top 100 Wines of 2016 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"This generous red shows a traditional character, with leafy, dried herb, tea and spice notes framing dried cherry, licorice and leather flavors. Firm tannins and balsamic acidity impart structure, and this shows plenty of depth, with a juicy, spicy finish. Drink now through 2025. 600 cases imported." — TM (Dec. 31, 2016)

Bodegas Godeval Godello "Cepas Vellas" 2014 (Valdeorras, Spain) - [WS 91, #75 Top 100 of 2016] [ST 92]
Bodegas Godeval Godello "Cepas Vellas" 2014 (Valdeorras, Spain) - [WS 91, #75 Top 100 of 2016] [ST 92]
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91 Points & #75 Top 100 Wines of 2016 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Pear, peach and quince flavors mingle in this expressive white, while notes of mineral, tangerine and ginger add complexity. Shows depth and focus, with a clean, juicy finish. Drink now. 1,800 cases imported." — TM (Dec. 31, 2016)

Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana Oloroso Faraon (Spain) - [WS 92, #77 Top 100 of 2016]
Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana Oloroso Faraon (Spain) - [WS 92, #77 Top 100 of 2016]
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92 Points & #77 Top 100 Wines of 2016 - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Intense, with roasted almond, Brazil nut and walnut notes lending this a slightly burly aspect, while gunpowder tea, bitter orange and almond accents add a taut feel through the finish. This is a distinctive, edgy version that Sherry geeks will dig. Drink now. 1,500 cases made." — JM (Dec. 31, 2016)

Bodegas Muga "Prado Enea" Gran Reserva Rioja 2009 (Rioja, Spain)
Bodegas Muga "Prado Enea" Gran Reserva Rioja 2009 (Rioja, Spain)
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Notes from the Winemaker:


Intense ruby-red, cherry heart and slight brick-red tinge at the edge. The colour has not developed very much. Expressive, well defined aged character but with reminders of the fruit. A base of very ripe red fruit (plums, blackcurrants) cloaked in a fairly classical bouquet which gradually opens up more subtle nuances as the wine is aired. First come the hints of fine wood (cedar, fresh acacia bark), then lots of spicy aromas (cinnamon, cloves, black peppercorns) and finally reminders of tobacco leaves and tea to round off an overall impression combining a clear classic character with very modern vitality.

Balanced on the palate, with body and liveliness, the tannins well tamed by the ageing but still there, providing sensations of noble strength, consistent, full mouth-feel, lively, well integrated acidity and wood, full of taste and suggestive mouth aromas in which the fine reminders of ripe fruit are more apparent, persistent, supple finish inviting you to have another glass.

An exemplary Gran Reserva, well developed and full of vitality. Expression of the fruit, with the classic Rioja bouquet (with no animal notes or any sign of oxidation) and with the fine, lively character of a red from the Rioja Alta.

Vinification:
The grapes used for making Prado Enea, along with those for Torre Muga, are always the last ones to be brought into the winery. This late picking ensures ideal ripening. The grapes are then fermented naturally in 10,000-kilo oak vats with no temperature control or added yeasts. The maceration time can vary and may go on for up to twenty days. This wine is aged in 16,000-litre capacity oak vats for twelve months and then (minimum) thirty-six months in oak casks and (minimum) thirty-six months in the bottle. After cask-ageing the wine is gently fined using fresh egg whites.

Grapes: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano.
Soil: Chalky-clay and alluvial.

Ratings & Reviews:

98 Points, Rank #2 Top 100 Wine of 2015 - James Suckling (2006 Vintage):

"This is amazing traditional Rioja with a complexity and beauty of ripe fruit and long aging. Unique. Full body, ultra-fine tannins, tobacco, vanilla, plums and prunes. It lasts for minutes on the palate. Three years aged in oak and three years in bottle. 80% tempranillo with the rest of the classic varieties. All from high altitude vineyards." (July 2015)

96 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (2006 Vintage):
"The 2006 Prado Enea is a phenomenal bottle of traditional Rioja at its best. A blend of 70% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha and the remaining 10% Mazuelo and Graciano aged for a long time in oak and bottled before release. This is a practice quite common from yesteryear, but that is a true rarity today. The technical data provided talks about incredible parameters, 14% alcohol and a pH of 3.39, both extremely low for a warm vintage like 2006. The grapes are sourced from higher-altitude terraced plots where the climate is cooler and drier and the soils are rich in clay. This is a wine that is not automatically produced every year. The wine spends its elevage in oak containers of different size, origin and age for no less than three years. The nose is intoxicating with a superb mixture of tertiary and more primary aromas like old furniture, cloves, cracked pepper, incense and cigar ash plus cherries in liqueur (that Garnacha!). The palate is medium-bodied, with great freshness (Jorge Muga tells me the pH is stabilized with aging in barrel), acidity and balance, with a silky texture, ultra-fine tannins and great persistence and length. This wine feels younger than it is, and seems to be aging at a glacial pace. With the stuffing and balance it has this should make very old bones, and drink greatly throughout its life. Superb! At this quality level the price seems like a bargain. 90,000 bottles produced. The next Prado Enea will be 2009 as they didn't get what they look for in this wine in either 2007 and 2008. Those were two cold vintages, and 2007 had 100 liters of rain during the harvest. Prado Enea is harvested in November and in 2008 there was frost at the end of October.

The Muga wines are going from strength to strength. There's no Aro in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and 2014 is still starting malolactic and they don't know if the quality will be there. So if you like this cuvée look for previous vintages, as there won't be any new ones available for a while. It's a wine with plenty of Graciano, a grapes that does not ripen properly every vintage. I also included here their sparkling rosé produced at the winery from grapes grown within the limits of Rioja, but belonging to the Cava appellation. The highlight of the current portfolio is the 2006 vintage of Prado Enea." - Luis Gutierrez (April 2015)

92 Points - Stephen Tanzer (2006 Vintage):
"(80% tempranillo, with garnacha, mazuelo and graciano; raised in large oak vats for a year, followed by three years in small, used American oak barrels): Dark ruby. Highly fragrant scents of redcurrant, dried cherry, pipe tobacco, leather and rose oil. Lively and precise on the palate, offering deeply pitched red fruit and floral pastille flavors and a hint of black pepper. The youthfully tight finish features excellent clarity and lingering spiciness." - Josh Raynolds (September 2014)

92 Points - Wine Spectator (2006 Vintage):
"The dense texture carries harmonious flavors of plum, tobacco, licorice, mineral and smoke in this polished red. Well-integrated tannins and orange peel acidity keep this balanced. The floral, spicy finish brings you back for another sip. Drink now through 2021. 800 cases made." – TM (Feb 28, 2015)

92 Points - Wine Enthusiast (2006 Vintage):
"Cedar, char and blackberry aromas are full and ripe on the nose. Given the wine’s age, its structure and tannic weight are just right. Earthy, lightly roasted flavors of spiced raspberry and plum finish peppery and dry. Drink through 2020." - Michael Schachner (2/1/2015)


95 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (2005 Vintage):
"The 2005 Prado Enea Gran Reserva spends 36-months in oak, nine months in new oak after which it is racked into American oak that is “semi-new” (i.e. a new barrel that is “broken in” with a wine beforehand). It has an unashamedly opulent bouquet of primal, ripe, boysenberry, mulberry, dark chocolate and crushed violets that blossom with aeration. The palate is full-bodied with crisp acidity cutting through the pure blackberry and cassis fruit. It has wonderful focus and intensity, though the finish demonstrates convincing composure. This is an outstanding Gran Reserva whose silky texture will instantly win you over. Drink 2013-2030+." - Neal Martin (Aug 2012)

94 Points - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (2004 vintage):
"Dark ruby. An intensely perfumed nose displays cherry-cola, cassis, licorice and woodsmoke, with a sexy floral quality and very good focus. Juicy, penetrating dark fruit flavors are given spine by tangy acidity and pick up bitter chocolate and spicecake nuances with air. Supple tannins add shape to the very long, sappy, smoke-accented finish. This is still a baby." - Josh Raynolds (Nov/Oct '11)

94 Points & "Cellar Selection" - Wine Enthusiast Magazine (2004 vintage):
"Exemplary Gran Reserva Rioja blending modernity with the best traditions of this famed region. Perfumed, lush and complex to start, then vibrant in the mouth, with excellent integration of flavors, acidity and tannins. Tastes of fine tobacco, mulled blackberry, chocolate and dry spices. Proper as the textbook calls for but individual as well. Best from 2014–2018." —M.S. (12/15/2011)

Gonzalez Byass Tio Pepe Fino Muy Seco Sherry (Andalucia, Spain)
Gonzalez Byass Tio Pepe Fino Muy Seco Sherry (Andalucia, Spain)
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Bodegas Muga Cava Conde de Haro 2013 (Rioja, Spain)
Bodegas Muga Cava Conde de Haro 2013 (Rioja, Spain)
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90 Points - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar (2010 Vintage):
"Light gold, with a hint of onion skin. High-pitched aromas of lemon, fresh fig and green apple are complemented by a deeper hint of floral honey. Dry, focused and refreshingly bitter, with suave nectarine and candied citrus flavors lifted by zesty acidity. Finishes clean and nervy, with echoing spiciness and very good persistence." - Josh Raynolds (Nov '11)

Descendientes de Jose Palacios Petalos del Bierzo 2014 (Bierzo, Spain) - [RP 93]
Descendientes de Jose Palacios Petalos del Bierzo 2014 (Bierzo, Spain)
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Wine Spectator Magazine:
"This juicy red offers bright cherry and strawberry flavors, with accents of licorice and vanilla. Citrusy acidity and gentle tannins lend support. Balanced and lively. Drink now. 30,000 cases made." — TM (Web Only - 2016)

TWO-PACK COMBO: Buy One (1) Bottle Get 2nd Bottle for $0.10 Cent - La Calandria Volandera Garnacha Navarra DO 2012 (Navarra, Spain)
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Rhone Report:
"2012 La Calandra Volandera is pure, jammy expression of Grenache that is hard to resist. Overflowing with kirsch, raspberry jam, flowers, and assorted spices, it is beautifully fresh and lively on the palate, with medium to full body, no hard edges, and an upfront, sexy feel." - Rhône Report