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Remelluri Gran Reserva La Granja 2010 (750ML)

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96 Points, Zachys Buying Team: “Tasted two times. This is a Gran Reserva worthy of its name from the historic vineyard and iconic name in Rioja. We cannot think of too many wines in this price category that offer so much complexity and depth while covering so much of the flavor spectrum. From the classic 2010 vintage, the terroir and structure speak volumes. There is generous fruit that gains explosive weight with aeration for a rich, mouth-filling wine that is light on its feet. Underneath there is unprecedented grip and concentration with lively acidity that suggest this is a wine for the decades. On the palate, this dense package reveals nuances of black cherry, plum, citrus, violets, coffee, Indian spices, herbs, and minerality. There is a lot going on here and it is a wines that will only get better with age for those that have the patience.�

Wine Advocate

"95 Points, Luis Gutierrez, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: ""I was really blown away by the 2010 Granja Remelluri Gran Reserva, their take on more classical Rioja; IT is aged in oak for a longer time, but not without having selected grapes from their very best plots that would benefit from the extended élevage. The varietal composition is approximately 75% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha and 5% Graciano. Like all of the wines here, it fermented in small stainless steel and oak vats with indigenous yeasts, and then matured in oak barrels for some 26 months. The nose is full of flowers, blood orange, sweet spices, violet pastille and curry. It's very aromatic and perfumed, with the herbs that you find in the Remelluri mountains, rosemary especially. It is extremely attractive, with a nose that makes you go back to it over and over again. This is still very young, but terribly balanced. The tannins are refined and there is a fine thread of acidity going through its core and lifting it up. This could very well be the best vintage of Granja so far. And having seen the improvements in the vineyards, my feeling is that the best is yet to come. Around 20,000 bottles produced."" 08/16"

James Suckling

"98 Points, James Suckling: ""Complex aromas of hazelnuts, dried flowers, dark fruits and stones. Subtle. Full-bodied, chewy and structured. Fills your mouth. An age-worthy wine that harkens back to the great Rioja of the 1940s and 1950s. Available in 2016."" 11/15"