Wine-making: Hand-picked grapes. Traditional free-run method. Light maceration at 8ºC in pre-fermentation stage. Controlled temperature alcoholic fermentation at 18ºC in 15,000-liter stainless steel vats. Allowed to rest on its delicate lees to lend the wine body and structure. Following racking, the wine was stabilized and bottled at the very peak of youth.
Tasting Notes: APPEARANCE: Clear, medium intensity, brilliant, pinkish raspberry color. NOSE: Clean, fresh, delicate, and floral, with memories of wild berries. Strawberry notes typical of the Garnacha grape. PALATE: Dry and fresh, lively acidity, very agreeable to the palate, mild bitter hints, an uncharacteristically long finish in the mouth for a rosé.
Pairing: Lovely with raw, stewed or grilled vegetables, rice dishes. Also nice to drink between meals.