Well, here is one way to blast into 2019.
Muga’s Prado Enea is one of the last truly great traditional Gran Reservas still being made today. The wines are captivating in their old-fashioned regal/intellectual tone yet are also inherently sensual by way of their polished texture and decadent fruit. With the exception of Lopez de Heredia, no other winery captures the old soul of Rioja so beautifully.
The hype for the 2010 release of Prado Enea has been immense, and for good reason. Many consider 2010 to be the greatest vintage for Rioja in the last fifty years. By far one of the most balanced in recent memory, the vintage combines ripeness and depth with fresh acidity and laser like focus. With the 2010, it’s not crazy to think we may be looking at one of the greatest Prado Enea of a generation.
Rated 99, 97, 96 points by Suckling, Advocate and Decanter, we’re certain this bottle go fast. Don’t miss this spectacular chance to have a piece of history!
2010 Muga Gran Reserva Prado Enea
“The wonderfully silky texture with an added juiciness is what makes this wine so very special. The flawless and seamless nature to the wine is so impressive that it takes your breath away. Plenty of beautiful fruit but what mouthfeel. Drink now and forever.” 99 Points, James Suckling
“…it has a nose of youth, subtle and elegant. But the quality shows in the unbelievable elegance and harmony on the palate, where the tannins are very fine, the flavors are subtle but deep and the length is just phenomenal. This is only medium-bodied, with perfect ripeness and integrated acidity. This should have a very long life in bottle, especially as I had the chance to check the evolution of the 2004 next to this.” 97 Points, Wine Advocate
“Only made in the best vintages – and they don't get any better than 2010 – this is a brooding, ageworthy blend of mostly Tempranillo, with 20% Garnacha and 10% Mazuelo. It's rich, dark and complex with stylish tannins and scented oak. Drinking Window 2025 – 2040.” 96 Points, Decanter