In the wines of Bodegas Muga, one finds tradition and modernity side by side. Located in the historical Barrio de La Estación (railway station district) in Haro, Bodegas Muga was founded in 1932 and is housed in facilities which are two centuries old. Today, Muga prides itself on making traditional Rioja wines in a modern world. Rigorous selection of grapes from the bodega’s own vineyards, ageing in barrels made by Muga coopers, and further aging in bottle help to showcase this Rioja wine’s distinct personality.
In fact, the pronounced personality of Muga wines is a reflection of very specific climatic and geographic features – in essence, terroir. The Bodegas Muga vineyards are located on the foot of the Montes Obarenses, in an area called Rioja Alta. The site’s climate is exceptional due to both the singular geography and orientation of the vines, and the influence of surrounding climates. Here, Mediterranean, Atlantic and Continental climates are combine harmoniously to create a suitable climatic site for grapes. The grape varieties grown are Tempranillo (the essence), Garnacha (Grenache), Mazuelo (Carignan) and Graciano for the red wines; Viura and Malvasia are used for the whites.
|Red||1994||Torre Muga Rioja Reserva
|Red||2010||Prado Enea Gran Reserva
|White||NV||Conde de Haro Cava
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