80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha, Mazuelo and Graciano. Bodegas Muga is Rioja Alta’s premier producer and the Muga family are unanimously considered to be one of Spain’s most important winemaking families. The winery has practically legendary status due to its philosophy revolving around adherence to tradition, dynamism, and winemaking of the highest quality. Bodegas Muga was officially founded in 1932 by the Muga family, who at that point had spent several decades working as viticulturists in Rioja Alta. At the time, the Mugas were in the negociant business of buying, blending, and aging wine. Soon after the foundation of the cellars, they started production of their own estate-grown wines. The winery is still owned by the Mugas and every single aspect of its operation is controlled and overseen by the family. The winemaking process is carried out with 100% indigenous yeasts. The winery’s barrel room is enormous and Muga employs a crew of six men just for barrel management and rackings. The racking process is completed by gravity in order to maintain the integrity of the wine. The wines are effectively filtered naturally without the use of harmful pumps or filters that would otherwise strip the wine of its character. The grapes for Prado Enea, planted between 1926 and 1976, along with those for Torre Muga, are always the last ones to be brought to the winery. The late picking ensures ideal ripening for Muga’s top wines. This is an exemplary Gran Reserva, well developed and full of vitality. Expression of fruit, with a classic Rioja bouquet. Few producers in the world fashion wines that have such a sense of tradition and place as Muga’s. The wines of Muga have an absolutely distinct, unique, and inimitable profile.