1975 Muga Prado Enea Grand Reserva
Posted On May 3, 2022
A Tasting the Classics treat. This Spanish version of drinking a First Growth Bordeaux or a Grand Cru Burgundy is quite amazing for its age. This was terrior at it’s finest with huge earthy flavors, dried rustic cherry, prune, leather, tea, and black truffles exuding new aromas as it slowly opened. The intoxicating complex flavors had me daydreaming of being in an ancient castle, sitting at a long wooden table with a bounty of epicurean delights, as if the world was my oyster. Highly satisfying.