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Gran Feudo Reserva 2014

Gran Feudo Reserva


Wine region



Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2014
10 for immediate dispatch. More, available on 25/09/2020


/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Gran Feudo Reserva 2014


Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2014

Food pairing

Red meats / Roasts / Cured cheeses / Lamb / Game stews / Cooked pork products / Beef


  • Vinification material:Wood
  • Ageing period:18 months
  • Type of wood:French and american oak

Tasting notes

  • ViewRuby red / Deeply-coloured / Quite opaque / Garnet glints
  • Bouquet:Spicy notes / Toasty notes / Ripe fruit / Higly aromatic / Clean / Oak wood
  • Mouth:Powerful / Balanced / Structured / Persistent / Flavoursome / Long / Pleasant finish


  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: timosu (09/11/2019) - Vintage 2014

Very good wine with small price

Very good wine, especially as it is very small price. Pairs well with strong cheese. Pretty typical Navarre wine, balanced and fruity taste.

by: Javier Rosado (17/10/2018) - Vintage 2012

Lovely taste

Great red wine,nice taste.Works perfectly with cure meat,cheese or even just itself.Highly recommended. Good value for money,definitely.It wont disappoint at all.

by: Mark the spark. (16/10/2017) - Vintage 2011

Very nice wine.

Very nice wine, I don't normally buy wines from the Navarre region, but this is a cracker, would buy again for sure.

by: Carles (28/02/2017) - Vintage 2010

Está bien. Me esperaba más

Un vino sin pretensiones. Suave pero le falta cuerpo. Bien con carnes rojas, barbacoas, e inlcuso con quesos curados de obeja.

Bodegas Gran Feudo

Bodegas Gran Feudo

Gran Feudo is a well-recognised brand name that has made its mark over the past 35 years and is known in over 60 countries. With connections to the Bodegas Julián Chivite family of Navarra, its history comes through one of Spain's oldest wine-making dynasties. In 1872 Claudio Chivite began building a winery called La Cascajera, which was named after the stone quarry where it was located, and this now houses Bodegas Gran Feudo, complete with renovation and refurbishments. I...