Rosé wine has been for years the most underrated color of those who make up the wine palette. However, she seems to be experiencing a certain resurgence and her image is beginning to be associated with glamor and elegance.
The color of the rosé wine is obtained, of course, from the skins of the red grape, although it is possible to use also a percentage of white grapes in some regions. Thus, the final hue of the wine will largely depend on how long the must is in contact with the skins. If the time is short, you will get an onion skin wine. However, if the infusion is prolonged for longer, we will get a drier, more blunt wine, closer to a young red wine. The best wines are obtained from the flower must, that is, with the only pressure of the grape’s own weight.
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Eòlic Pinot Noir 202111,50€
Wine: Eòlic Pinot Noir
Varieties: 100% Pinot Noir
Winery: Àrid Vins
Designation of Origin: Penedès
L’Hora del Vi Rosat 20216,10€
L’Hora del Vi Rosat is a wine bottled and selected by Monvins.
Nunci Rosé 201814,65€
Wine: Nunci Rosé
Varieties: Red Grenache, Cabernet Franc and Macabeo.
Winery: Mas de les Pereres
Designation of Origin: DOQ Priorat
Wine: Torralbenc Rosé
Varieties: Monastrell and Merlot.
Designation of Origin: Wine from Balearic Islands
Prado Rey Rosé9,60€
Wine: Prado Rey Rosado
Varieties: 50% Tempranillo and 50% Merlot.
Winery: Bodegas y Viñedos Pradorey
Designation of Origin: DO Ribera del Duero
90 points in Guía Peñín.
Gold medal Bacchus (2017).
Saó Rosat 20219,40€
Wine: Saó Rosé
Varieties: 60% Red Grenache and 40% Syrah.
Winery: Mas Blanch i Jové
Designation of Origin: DO Costers del Segre
Sylver medal in Golden Leaf (2016).
90 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar (2013).
International Wine Guide (Sylver medal 2016) (Sylver medal 2015) (Sylver medal 2014) (Sylver medal 2013)
93 points Guía Akatavino (2015) Gold medal.
Gold medal Catavinum World Wine & Spirits Competition (2016)