If our childhood memories could ever be bottled, they would be just like this wine. Candies and lollipops, peach gummy candies, nuts, summer walks picking wild blackberries and currants, with a sweet strawberry and cream hard candy finish.
TIM ATKIN: The grapes for this rosé aged in new French oak are harvested from an old Garnacha plot in Badarán. Sweet and spicy, with good structure, wild summer fruits, and a touch of tannin and structure due to 4 months of lees aging.
Garnacha Tinta 100%.
120 days in 225-liter French oak barrels and 30 days in bottle.
There are as many croquette recipes as there are aromas in this wine, and everyone always believes the best ones are their mother’s or grandmother’s. So do we! Our mother’s cod croquettes. The smoothness of the bechamel sauce pairs with the salty cod to make a perfect snack for this Rosado Fermentado en Barrica.
Our Rosado Fermentado en Barrica is not a blend of red and white grapes. The Garnacha grape skins are macerated for a day and a night with the juice, and then the technique of “bleeding off” the tank is employed.
Once we have this bougainvillea pink-colored must, a little darker than our famous “claretes,” but with the same organoleptic characteristics, we fill the barrels where the alcoholic fermentation will take place, which makes our rosé very distinctive and special.
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