Vindication: tempranillo and garnacha vinified separately. The grapes are de-stemmed and crushed. Short skin-contact maceration for 8-10 hours. Gentle bleeding so that the must commences alcoholic fermentation in separate stainless steel tanks (without the skins) at low temperatures (16-182C). The wine is later stabilised by cold treatment to prevent malolactic fermentation. This results in greater freshness and maintains the wine’s natural acidity. Bottling takes place in December or January following the harvest. Ageing in bottle: this wine does not require any ageing in bottle and should, in fact, be consumed the younger the better so as to enjoy its freshness and vivacity that are at their best during the first 2 years. Tasting notes: bright, coral pink colour of medium intensity. Notes of redcurrants, a touch of aniseed and white flowers come through on the nose. Deliciously full and fleshy in the mouth, luscious, versatile and very fresh. This rose has established itself as a reference within its category. Classy and elegant.
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