Varieties: 56% Carignan, 25% Red Grenache and 19% Syrah.
Origin of the name: Rhodes, now Roses, founded in the eighth century BC by the Rhodes, is the oldest Greek colony in Catalonia and most likely, the pre-coastal mountains of Rhodes and Albera form the oldest wine landscape in the Iberian Peninsula. . The rose seen from below, which decorates the label, is the symbol of RHODES on the ancient coins (drachmas) of the colony.
Elaboration: The grapes from slate land vineyards were carefully selected by hand to achieve a degree of
homogeneous and optimal maturation. The different varieties fermented separately in refrigerated stainless fermentation tanks at a temperature of 24ºC / 26ºC. Two daily rises were made uncovering 30-40 days after the start of fermentation, depending on the variety. The incubation prolongation was determined by tasting. Malolactic fermentation was performed in tank. Aged for 11 months in French oak barrels. It underwent minimal clarification and filtration treatments before bottling.
Service: Serve between 14 and 16ºC.
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