Designation of origin
Caiño Tinto, Pedral y Espadeiro
Vine arbour (traditional pergola) with 800 strains/ha. Granitic entisol soils with a sandy-clay character. Dominant orientation to the South-West. Elevation of 100 m. Yield of 4,000 Kg/ha.
Hand harvest in 15 kg perforated boxes.
Sorting table at the entrance of the winery.
Direct pressing with stem.
Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank. Spontaneous malo-lactic fermentation. Filtering.
Intense and bright salmon color.
Rich nose of small red berries (raspberry and strawberry), hint of blossom (orange and acacia) with mineral notes.
On the palate, it stands out for its freshness and sweet touch. Round and unctuous attack where the aromas of the nose are found again. Lingering finish with a delicious acidity.
An attractive wine visually and aromatically, with a sweet and fresh mid palate. A rosé to enjoy at any time.
Usually bought together