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Characteristics of Muss
Muss is a red wine produced by Bodegas Muss in Arganda, a sub-area of the D.O. Vinos de Madrid.
The coupage of Muss has a Tempranillo base, 20% CabernetSauvignon, 13% Syrah and 2% Merlot. The vineyards where the grapes come from are between 30 and 40 years old up to 80, and are located at an altitude of between 800 and 900 metres. Its soils are clayey and limy, shallow and not very fertile, which gives the plant balance and helps to obtain a quality grape.
Muss wine is harvested manually into 10 kg boxes and the varieties are vinified separately in stainless steel tanks at a maximum temperature of 23 ºC. It is uncovered at the end of fermentation and then lastly aged in French and American oak barrels for 4 to 6 months.
Muss is a pleasant wine that seeks to emphasis the heritage of the old vines of Tempranillo from the southeast of the Community of Madrid.
Serve at 16.0ºC
Roasts, Goat cheese, Rice with meat, Red meat with sauce, Stuffed aubergines
Although Madrid wines (Vinos de Madrid) are still relatively unknown among consumers, the region has enjoyed a prestige and historical past that dates back to the twelfth century. Current wines in the region however are far from the old wines of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, who in their golden years were perceived as some of the most prestigious wines in Spain. Today, the Vinos of Madrid face a highly competitive wine scene, but the effort local wineries regain this old prestige is evident in the quality of the wines being produced.