This wine is made from red grapes ‘Tempranillo’ and ‘Garnacha’. The harvest is made manually so that the grapes are automatically selected thanks to their good quality and level of ripeness. A controlled process of fermentation guarantees a successful transformation in a great wine.
Once receptioned at the winery, Viura variety-white grapes are first selected based on their quality and level of ripeness. Their juice is obtained by applying series of gentle pressure after an initial short period of maceration. Then, the must will be fermented at a controlled temperature.
This wine is made from grapes, 85% red Garnacha and 15% white Viura. This Rosé wine is elaborated through a process of maceration and crushing of the grape skin, and then a controlled long fermentation of the net musts. The wine and the must are barely filtered so as to maintain the freshness and essential virtues of the fruit.