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Marqués de Riscal - the tasting notes
30 Oct 2007 by Julia Harding MW
See here for more on the Marqués de Riscal. Marqués de Riscal Verdejo 2006 Rueda 16.5 Drink 2007-08 85% Verdejo, 15% Viura. Incredibly fresh - grassy but also apricot flavours and a touch of spice even without oak. Fresh, bright fruit. Very clean and long. Ripe fruit and still very fresh. Mouthfilling but elegant too. 13.5% (JH) Marqués de Riscal Reserva Limousin 2005 Rueda 17+ Drink 2007-12 100% Verdejo fermented and aged in French oak (Allier oak, ignore the name) for 6  months, including 3 months on the lees. This is their Baron de Chirel equivalent in white wine. Nutty, buttery,...

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