Wine Marques de Caceres, Reserva, 2010
Dark ruby-red color.
The wine has a well-balanced taste with a piquant acidity and soft tannins noble, with distinct notes of black berries.
In the delicate aroma of wine present notes of cherry, raspberry, grape, combined with hints of musk, black pepper and chocolate.
The wine goes well with dishes made from beef, duck, venison, is also well suited to fish dishes, appetizers and aged cheeses.
Awards Wine "Marques de Caceres, Recerva":
Vintage 1998 - Gold Medal at the "Mundus Vini 2005", Germany
Vintage 1996 - Silver Medal at the "Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2005"
Vintage 2000 - Gold Medal at the "Tempranillos al Mundo 2006", Denmark
Vintage 2000 - Gold Medal at the "MIWC-Terra Vino 2006", Israel
Vintage 2000 - Silver Medal at the "Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2006"
Vintage 2000 - Silver Medal at the "Challenge International du Vin 2006", France
Vintage 2000 - a bronze medal at the "Wine & Spirit 2006", Asia, Singapore
Vintage 2000 - a bronze medal at the "Japan Wine Challenge 2006", Tokyo
Vintage 2000 - "Sommended" ("recommended") from "Decanter World Wine Awards 2006", United Kingdom.
Marques de Caceres Company - one of the best examples of the modern school of winemaking Rioja. A great friend of the owner of the winery, Enrique Forman, the Marquis de Caceres - a descendant of an ancient aristocratic family Vicente Noguera y Espinosa de los Monteros - gave its name to the sonorous Wine house. Family Foreman began to engage in winemaking in the first half of the XX century. During the Civil War, they emigrated to France, where Enrique Foreman learned the basics of winemaking. In the early 50s he acquired estates in Bordeaux Chateau Camensac and Chateau Larose Trintaudon, where Enrique brilliantly apply the acquired knowledge and began to produce quality wines. In the 60s Foreman returned to Spain and purchase the vineyards in Rioja Alta region. The winery start making wine in a traditional Bordeaux style. The second man, who has spearheaded the company Emile Peynaud - famous French oenologist, whose writings on wine making and tasting wine are considered classics. In 1992, his student, Michel Rolland, replaced Professor Peynaud and continued to translate his works in practice. At present, the processing capacity of grapes fully loaded: the winery was taken to harvest more than 2,000 hectares, accounting for 4% of the total yield of the vineyards of Rioja. In some years, the sales volume of 10 million bottles of wine. A significant part of the production is exported: wine company "Marques de Caceres" is available in 89 countries around the world.
The company is famous for its aromatic white wines, but the main source of pride Marques de Caceres red wines are characterized by a thin, moderately extractive flavor over the years in developing extraordinarily complex bouquet. Since the mid-90s bodega began producing a line of wines called "ALTA expression», which means "particularly expressive." These top wines produced in the most successful crop year, most vividly embody the motto of the Marques de Caceres: "Transcend us perfectly!". Wines of "Marques de Caceres" is often called "the most French of Spanish wines." A recent analysis of the wine market in Spain showed that "Marques de Caceres" - the most famous brand in the world of high-quality wines of Rioja.