Product DescriptionWine Advocate Review
The 2011 Museum Reserva is pure Tempranillo aged for two years in French oak barrels, and as such it has a smoky character with plenty of notes of vanilla and sweet cinnamon with plums, blackberries and dark cherries lurking in the background. The palate is medium-bodied, with very good balance, polished tannins and good acidity, with enough stuffing to develop and last in bottle. Very good, if slightly predictable. Drink now-2018.
Wine Tasting Notes
Deep ruby in color. On the nose the delicate perfume unfolds with toasted and spicy characters at first, followed by liquorice, ripe red berry fruits and finally some mineral and balsamic notes. The palate is delicate and subtle, with silky tannins, a rounded body and an elegant, long lasting finish. A unique and complex wine.