15 mar. 2017

Marqués de Burgos Oak 2014. The eternal Traveler. Ribera del Duero

Bottle Marques de Burgos. Ribera del Duero

Marques de Burgos, Ribera del Duero from Bodegas Lan

Name: Marqués de Burgos Roble
Year 2014
Variety of grapes: 100% Tinto Fino (Tempranillo)
Aging: 7 months in American oak barrels from the Appalachian Mountains (70%) and French (30%) 10 months in bottle before being sold.
Winery: Bottled for Bodegas Lan by Bodegas Los Olmos SC
Graduation: 13,5%
Consumption Temperature: 14ºC-16ºC
Denomination of Origin: Ribera del Duero
Place: Quintana del Pidio - Burgos - Spain
Price: 8 euros.
Rating: 83 points
Value for money: Good
Qualification of the 2013 in Ribera del Duero DO: Very Good

Slogan or text of the back label: Marqués de Burgos. Oak 7 months. Variety: Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) from vineyards located 845 meters above sea level.
Tasting note: Bright red color. Aromas to ripe and wild fruits. Liquorice nuances with coffee and vanilla souvenirs. Velvety, fleshy and very persistent. Accompany: Sausages, pasta, stews and cheese cured.
Grape Varieties: Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) from vineyards located at 845 meters above sea level.
Tasting notes: Red intense, Brilliant color, Flavors of mature and wild fruits. Notes of licorice with reminiscent of coffee and vanilla. Velvety, fleshy and very persistent.
Matching: Perfect with casseroles and cured cheeses. Ideal as wine by the glass.

Review from the wine Marqués de Burgos Roble 2014:
We already knew his older brother, Marquis de Burgos Crianza who had excited us at the time, and Marques de Burgos Roble is not far behind.
Each one in its niche and in its level, but we are before a great riverbank of the duero oak.
Accompanied by a great ribeye in a famous place of meats, despite being an oak, it fulfilled in an excellent way.
It has body and personality despite its brief passage through wood, flavor and persistence.
It is located in the middle of the Riberas with a price around 8 euros per bottle, high to be an oak, correct for a middle aged, but really worth it, we consider its value for money good and comparable to many crianzas of this denomination.
Like his older brother, two great wines these Marques de Burgos.
From Spain and Ribera del Duero. Marques de Burgos oak
Recommended to try it, without a doubt ...