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Elegance with signature rueda freshness
|In the style of Provence, but with more juiciness|
|Garnacha typified, slightly spicy taste|
|Eighteen months freshness guarantee with screw cap|
The Medina Rosé not to be missed
The summer rosé: light salmon pink in color and finely fruity in scent with nuances of ripe fruits and herbs. Very suitable as an aperitif but also delicious with cold starters, the barbecue and fish.
Ripe fruits & deliciously spicy
Provencal rosé is becoming increasingly popular in the Netherlands. Sara Román, the winemaker of Castelo de Medina in Rueda, also noticed this. In 2013, this highly competent graduate 'oenologist' became the winner of the great Mundus Vini wine competition: her verdejo was declared the best Spanish white wine.
A maker of good white wine is usually also able to create high-level rosé because the vinification is very similar. This certainly applies to Sara, who makes a Provencal-style rosé.
In Spain, light salmon-pink shades for rosé are virtually unknown, but the Grenache grapes from Rueda lend themselves perfectly to this. A direct soft pressing of this blue grape variety gives the same salmon-colored hue as in Provence.
Compared to this, the Castelo tastes a bit juicier and creamier than the French original. So, thanks to the influence of the Ruedaterroir, it has not become a copy: this Spanish rosé has its own character. Sara and her team have turned it into a beautiful wine and were rewarded with a gold medal at the International Wine Competition of Lyon.
|Bottle Closure:||Screw cap|
|Taste:||dry, fresh & fruity|
|Wood maturation:||No Wood aging|
|What do we think?:|
Ik wilde deze rosé proberen want ben fan van de Verdejo van dit wijnhuis. Ik vind deze rosé echter niet spannend genoeg kleur is mooi licht, smaak fris en droog maar houd zelf van iets meer fruit in mijn rosé. Kwestie van smaak..