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2001 Torre Muga Rioja (750ml) [Printable View]
Producer: Bodegas Muga   details
Appellation: Rioja - Spain (DO)
Type: red
Varietal: Tempranillo - Mazuelo - Graciano
Maturity: Drink
Rating: Outstanding
Est. Price: US$100.00
Alcohol %: 14
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Tasting Notes:
rated: November 15, 2005 , Wine Spectator
90 points "A bold, mouthfilling red with ripe, generous flavors of plum and black raspberry and notes of coffee, soy and tobacco. The tannins are well-integrated, and lively acidity lifts the flavors. Drink now through 2010. 2,000 cases imported. (TM)" Best 2005-2010
rated: December 8, 2005 , Donald Oldmixon
Best 2006-2012
rated: March 16, 2006 , Robert Parker
95 points "The modern-styled, expensive, but terrific 2001 Torre Muga is an unfiltered blend of 75% Tempranillo, 15% Mazuelo, and 10% Graciano. Aged 22 months in large (18,000 liters) American oak vats, followed by 16 months in new French oak, and bottled without filtration, it offers an opaque ruby/purple color in addition to sweet plum, cedar, tobacco, new saddle leather, Allspice, raspberry, and black cherry fruit aromas as well as flavors. It is a wine of admirable intensity, full body, and superb purity, size, potency, and harmony. Give it another 1-3 years of bottle age and consume it over the following 12-15." Best 2006-2021
rated: November 12, 2008 , IWC
95 points ""Full ruby-red. Deep, smoky, lightly roasted aromas of black plum, minerals and licorice. Full, round and sweet, with highly complex plum, cinnamon and smoky oak flavors perfectly framed by strong but harmonious acidity. Fat, broad and wonderfully deep. Finishes with outstanding palate-saturating persistence and great lingering sweetness. This wine spends nearly two years in large American oak vats, then another 16 months in new French barriques ." -95 Points, Stephen Tanzer, IWC"
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