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The blend consists of 95% Tempranillo from 40-year-old vines in Las Cuevas, El Palo and Las Monjas in Rodezno, complemented with 5% Graciano from the Montecillo estate in Fuenmayor. The Graciano gives the wine an aromatic intensity and acidity, to carry the structure and elegance of the Tempranillo. The grapes are vinified separately in four-and-a-half-year-old American oak for three years, and...more
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Made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, this is a delicate style of Sancerre Rosé which has a fresh, mineral and peachy aroma lifted by vibrant, zesty scents. There are notes of redcurrant and soft raspberry on the clean and linear palate which leads to a long and elegant finish. A real thing of beauty, this is delicious on its own...more
Bottle 75cl £15.94
“The palate; dry, long and fine, revealing lovely citrus fruits; pink grapefruit, and tangerine. Combined with strawberries and raspberry adding fruit sweetness. Finishing with a lovely acid line delicately balanced with a slight phenolic grip from the Vermentino.” Armit Winesmore
Bottle 75cl £16.82
Fine Rose WineRose wine is produced in a number of different ways across the world. The most commonly used method is maceration: where grapes are pressed and left to sit in their skins. This method is used for red wine production, the longer the grapes are left, the darker their colour. To produce rose, the grapes are left for a far shorter length of time, so their colour isn’t overly darkened.
From the light, grapefruit colour of a Pinot Noir to brighter pinks of a Grenache, the different varieties of colour result in a diverse range of rose wine flavours. The most common rose wine type is dry: typically produced from a blend of two or three grape varieties. Typical grape blends for a dry rose include Sangiovese, Syrah, Mourvedre and more. For sweet rose wine varieties, Zinfandel, Merlot and Muscat grapes are generally used.
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