Marqués de Murrieta Reserva is one of the wines that best represents the greatness of La Rioja. Marqués de Murrieta Reserva is a complex and classy wine, made with the usual tenacity and delicacy of this centennial winery. Undisputed pillar of Spanish wine since its founding in 1852 and fundamental responsible for Rioja wine prestige, Marqués de Murrieta once again demonstrates with his last Reserva that he remains one of the great wineries of this country. The successful management of Vicente Cebrián-Sagarriga during the eighties, prolonged to the present day by his son Vicente Dalmau, has only raised this mythical signature at the top of the national wine scene.
Marqués de Murrieta Reserva is an example of Riojan classicism interpreted from the perspective of the 21st century. The typical assembly of the area (most of Tempranillo and Garnacha with a minimum percentage of Mazuelo) and the long aging of 22 months in American oak barrels give rise to a mature, complex and nuanced wine, far from those rivers in those that wood had an excessive prominence.