Bodegas Muga is located in the historical Barrio de La Estación (railway station district) in Haro. The facilities (270,000 square foot) are two centuries old, built mainly of stone and oak. In fact, oak is paramount in the winery. There are 200 oak deposits as well as 14,000 barrels, made out of different types of oak ranging from French oak (Allier, Tronçais or Jupilles), American, Hungarian, Russian and even the small consignment of Spanish oak.
We reached a point of maturation than usual which resulted in the presence of more mature fruit and a disappearance, almost complete, so characteristic of the floral character of this wine.It was a hard year of climate contrasts and moved, of course, immediately came in the form of sharp tannins.After nearly seven long years have been integrated perfectly polished, reveal a cast of spicy, slightly overlapping the fruit, flanked by leather until very cool.At this stage of tasting the most surprising is how the wine takes the oral cavity from the first attack until several minutes later.The aftertaste and retrolfacción transmitted, at first, notes uniforms and fresh tobacco fade dominant species to illuminate the key type and black pepper.