Some things are difficult to explain in the world of wine and one of them is the production of the typical “claretes” of the Najerilla area. Once criticized for their lack of color, they are finally being appreciated as they deserve because of the international trend for pale rosés. Few knew about the typicity and authenticity of this “clarete” wine that has become a big player in the wine world.
During the summer, consumption increases dramatically, as it is a refreshing wine with intense aromas of fresh fruit, tangy notes, and a slight bitterness reminiscent of pomegranate. In addition, its unmistakable natural acidity gives it a lively spark.
Garnacha Tinta 90% and Viura 10%.
Anyone who has walked along Calle Laurel in Logroño is familiar with the mushroom tapas at the Soriano bar. There are many facets to this tapa that are both unique and typical. The secret is to use top-quality Riojan mushrooms, a vinaigrette with sharp acidity, and a cheerful touch of garlic collected in the cap. Everything is mixed with shrimp and mushroom juices and then poured over bread. An absolute sensation in the mouth!
Always made completely or in part with Garnacha Tinta grapes. This wine is still made like our grandparents did way back when, using their “night and day” method.
The Garnacha Tinta grapes are macerated with a little Viura for a few hours until a pale, rosy must with a lot of aromatics is obtained, resulting in a refreshing wine that is very pleasant to drink.
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