Eguren Ugarte Cosecha Rioja 2016

"Clean, bright, high intensity cherry red with maroon hues. Red fruits and liquorice combined with toasted wood and vanilla. Balanced, fresh, and tasty. High aromatic intensity, outstanding fruit notes and toasted wood in the aftertaste." —winemaker

Blend: 80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha
Manufacturer: Eguren
Availability: In stock
SKU: 35545
$10.49
$7.99
$2.50 (24%)
"Ripe, brambly and juicy with very fresh, ripe berries. Composed palate with a tight core of fine, muscular tannins carrying plenty of flavor. Great composure. Drink or hold." —JamesSuckling.com
Products specifications
Vintage 2016
Country Spain
Varietal Blend
Size 750ML
Region Rioja
James Suckling 93
Wine Types Red Wine
ABV% 28.0
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