Dalmau
Dalmau O'Briens Wine 30762 WINE
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Rioja, Spain2016/17

Dalmau

Rioja, Spain, 2016/17

cabernet sauvignon, graciano, tempranillo
14.5%
umami

Description

Established in 1852, Marqués de Murrieta is a prestigious family owned Rioja estate. Dalmau grapes grow in a single vineyard and it is a blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Graciano Sauvignon, and is aged for two years in new French oak barrels.

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Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Regular price €85.00
Sale price €85.00 Regular price €85.00
cabernet sauvignon, graciano, tempranillo
14.5%
umami

Description

Established in 1852, Marqués de Murrieta is a prestigious family owned Rioja estate. Dalmau grapes grow in a single vineyard and it is a blend of Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Graciano Sauvignon, and is aged for two years in new French oak barrels.

Product Reviews

Delivery & Returns

No minimum order and if you spend €100 or more we'll deliver your order for free anywhere in Ireland.

Orders are normally delivered within 1-3 working days, (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) of you placing the order.

Change your mind? No problem. You can cancel your order at any stage or return some or all of it through any of our stores or we can arrange a collection. Simply contact us by email online@obrienswine.ie and we'll look after the rest.

Bodegas Marqúes de Murrieta
Bodegas Marqúes de Murrieta
Rioja, Spain Bodegas Marqúes de Murrieta

Marqués de Murrieta, located in Spain’s Rioja Alta, has been owned by the Counts of Creixell since 1852. The 300 hectares of vines is currently run by Count Vicente Cebrián-Sagarigga and his sister, Cristina.