This is a very special gift for a Red wine lover. The wine box contains 2 exquisite bottles of 2010 Muga Selección Especial Rioja and 2 Thin Wine Glasses from Riedel. All set in a great all inclusive gift pack. Firstly, this vintage of Selection Especial, won Gold at the Decanter World Wine Awards.
About the Wine
- Muga, Reserva, Seleccion Especial, Rioja D.O., 2010
- Type: Red Wines
- Region: Spain
- Grape Variety: Grenache/Garnacha, Tempranillo
- Size: 75cl
- Alcohol Content: 14%
- Food Matches: Roast beef, grilled/roast chicken, guinea fowl, hamburgers, lamb (especially with garlic or rosemary), steak, truffles
- (70% tempranillo, 20% garnacha and the rest mazuelo and graciano): Saturated ruby. Pungent cherry and dark berry aromas, with spice and floral nuances adding complexity. Sweet and concentrated, but with excellent cut and vivacity to its dark fruit flavors. Builds and deepens toward the back, finishing with a sappy floral quality and resonating spiciness. Offers very good richness of flavor with no excess fat.” 92 points, Stephen Tanzer
About the Glasses
This box contains 2 Tyrol Crystal beautiful Riedel Degustazione Red wine Glasses. The Riedel glass designs are based on the exceptional characteristics of each grape variety, which in turn determines the shape, size and rim diameter of the bowl.
Established in Bohemia in 1756, Riedel is a Crystal glassware manufacturer based in Kufstein, Austria and best known for its production of “wine friendly” glassware designed to enhance types of wines based on specific properties of individual grape varietals.
Information About Muga
Bodegas Muga was founded in 1932 by Isaac Muga and his wife Aurora Cano, both of whom came from wine producing families. Bodegas Muga is located on the foot of the Montes Obarenses within the area, Rioja Alta. The combination of different continental climates here unite harmoniously, creating a suitable environment for growing grape. The facilities at Bodegas Muga are two centuries old and are made mainly of stone and oak. Oak is in fact paramount at Bodegas Muga as different types of oak barrels are used for the fermentation, maturation and storing of the wines. Today the Muga family still run Bodegas Muga, and continue to gain international recognition and acclaim for their wines.