Region Navarra D.O
Size 0,75 ml
Alc. Vol. % 14
Residual Sugar 1,7 gr/L
Volatile acidity 0,29 gr/L
Type Rosé Wine
One of Spain’s fruitiest, most aromatic, distinctively refreshing rosé wines producing area. The region was originally established because it was on the pilgrims path to Santiago de Compostela.
The zone comprises a mixture of soils, depending on relief and rock type. On the northern most slopes the soils are of a varying depth, free from stones, and heavy textured on the grey marls of the marine Eocene period in the Lumbier basin
The grapes were handpicked at optimum stage of ripeness during the month of September. The grapes had a could maceration at 5ºC during 24 hours. After bleeding vats and doing a cold setting for 24 hours the clear juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks at a temperature between 12 and 16ºC for three weeks.
This rosé has freshness of summer and affordability to enjoy all year round. It has an inviting delicate light pink color and aromas of ripe strawberries and ripe blueberries and ripe blueberries; a contrasting combo that leaves your palate tingling with the anticipation of another ship.