Rosé developed in part through the free-run juice of the grapes in the cellar and in part through the special maceration and later pressing. The must is clarified before fermentation. Entire production process at very low temperatures.
A bright raspberry-colored rosé with cherry, candied-apple, watermelon and red-plum aromas. It’s medium-to full-bodied with a creamy texture. Fruity and flavorful. Dry. Tempranillo and garnacha. Drink now.
- James Suckling, 90 pts.
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