Description of Ramón Bilbao Gran Reserva 2011
Ramón Bilbao Gran Reserva 2011 (Graciano, Mazuelo and Tempranillo)
- View: cherry red, tile trim, clean and bright.
- Nose: complex, notes of underbrush, spicy, fruity aromas, candied fruit, toasted notes, mineral notes and fine wood.
- Mouth: elegant tannins, bright, complex, harmonious, breeding notes, snuff, cocoa, frutale mineral notes, long and persistent.
VINEYARD: The grapes come from old vineyard plots Haro and its surroundings (Las Arogues, La Llana, San Prudencio)
GRAPES: Grenache, Graciano and Tempranillo.
AGEING: 30 months in American oak barrels. After bottling the wine spends 36 months aging in an underground wine rack.
PREPARATION: vintage and manual selection during the third week of October. Once in the winery grape, wine fermented at a controlled temperature
WINE PAIRING: Grilled red meats, cheeses, roasts and small game.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 17ºC
Bodegas Ramon Bilbao was founded in 1924. Already in the nineteenth century, Bilbao Murga family, with its parent D. Ramon at the helm, the wines marketed Ramón Bilbao Viña Turzaballa.More about the Winery
Reviews of Ramón Bilbao Gran Reserva 2011
Needs to be drunk with the right food.
At a friend's wedding.
A good wine to toast with.
My friends loved Ramón Bilbao Gran Reserva.
I bought several red in the usual shop.
A wine to enjoy without any pretensions.