Pink Glasses Rosé
The Grenache grapes are harvested early on in the season to preserve a good acidity. Also harvest takes place at night, to protect the grapes from oxidation. Fermented in steel vats, the juice is allowed to macerate on the skins just enough to get a nice pink colour.
A pink wine with salmon highlights. An approachable nose of strawberry, raspberry and cranberry gives way to notes of wet stone and slate. Light, cool and bracing on the palate, fresh but not sour, very pure and pleasently fruity.
Pizza, salads, cold cuts and sliced cheeses. Also, perfect with roasted chicken, pork dishes and other heavier fare. Try with: barbecue.
The vineyards lay on an altitude between 800 to 1,000 meters above sea level in the heart of Spain. There is a saying that to make great wine, the vines must suffer. That is why La Mancha is an ideal place to make wine. Day temperatures can rise very high, imparting sweetness to the fruit. Nights can be very cold, giving the fruit the bracing acidity it needs to produce lively wine. Rainfall is almost non existent, allowing the vines to grow grapes concentrated in flavour.