Marichal

Marichal

Bodega Marichal


For over 70 years, Bodega Marichal has been a family boutique winery. Following the family tradition, as well as using the most modern winemaking techniques, Marichal produces Premium Uruguayan wines.

Their wines are born from grapes that are grown in their own vineyards, located in Etchevarría, Canelones, in the South of Uruguay. These vineyards lie just 25 km away from the sea. Therefore, the weather is warm and sunny at daytime and cool at night. These conditions offer the ideal frame for the vines to obtain their optimum growth and expression.

Marichal approach to working is professionally oriented, implementing state-of-the-art oenological technology, while at the same time treating each barrel and each bottle of wine with extreme care and attention.
The infrastructure of the winery has the basic elements in order to yield different varieties of wine in small volumes, and in this way they achieve the personality that their land offers, which is what defines their identity.

100% handpicked grapes and a small family winery allow Bodega Marichal to obtain every harvest unique handcrafted wines.

Some of the press reviews here: Marichal

  1. Reserve Collection Tannat 2015

    Reserve Collection Tannat 2015

    £14.99

     

    Dark violet colour, with a reddish-black glint when hold up to the light. A complex wine delivering red and dried fruits, and spicy aromas. Smooth texture with an interesting roundness of tannins.

    Oak ageing: 12 months (30% of the wine without oak in order to keep the best expression of the variety)

    Food Pairing: It is considered to be a very good match for red meat, pasta, and strong taste cheeses.

    Recommended Serving Temperature: 16º to 18ºC.

    Decanting: Recommended 30 minutes decanting before drinking.

    You can request a gift box for this wine, please send us an email with your order number

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  2. Grand Reserve A Tannat 2013

    Grand Reserve A Tannat 2013

    £27.99

     

    Limited release of 2.182 bottles; an outstanding example of a Uruguayan Ultra-premium Tannat.

    Oak ageing: 18 months new oak barrels

    This wine shows an intense dark garnet colour. Very elegant and at the same time powerful with very good level of soft and rounded tannins. It has an harmonious structure, a generous fruit expression and a very distinguished character with aromas of red fruits, cassis and a touch of coffee and chocolate.

    It is very enjoyable and long lingering finish with a pleasant and harmonious balance of fruit and oak.

    You can request a gift box for this wine (please send email after placing order with your order number)

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  3. Marichal Premium Varietal Chardonnay 2017
  4. Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir - Chardonnay 2017

    Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir - Chardonnay 2017

    £12.99

    Pinot Noir 60% & Chardonnay 40%

    Very elegant style of rose. 

    The wine has been partially fermented in oak barrels, and this has added richness and complexity.

    Balanced and lasting character, harmonious and dry.

    Serving temperature: 8° to 10° C.

    Food pairings: Ideal with prawns, salmon or caviar, and also with creamy cheese, poultry or light meat dishes.

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  5. Discovery Case

    Discovery Case

    £99.99

    20% OFF

    Whites: 

    • BDS Viognier Vineyard Select 2015
    • De Lucca Marsanne Reserve 2016
    • Marichal Chardonnay 2017
    • VDV Arneis/Chardonnay 2015
    Reds: 
    • BDS Marselan Vineyard Select 2015 
    • De Lucca Syrah Reserve 2011
    • VDV Tannat Reserve 2014
    • De Lucca Tannat Merlot Reserve 2013
    • De Lucca Tannat Libero 2011
    • BDS Tannat V. Select 2015
    • Vinedo de los Vientos Notos 2015
    • BDS Cabernet Franc 2015
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  6. Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir - Tannat 2015

    Marichal Reserve Collection Pinot Noir - Tannat 2015

    £14.99

    70% Pinot Noir & 30% Tannat

    Complex and delicate aromas and flavour of red fruits and spices.

    Perfect combination of the Pinot Noir lightness and the Tannat robustness.

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