The grapes for this rosé were sourced from 60-year-old Garnacha bush-trained vines, planted on chalky-clay soils. The vineyards sit at 790 metres above sea level, meaning the grapes benefit from warm days followed by cool nights and undergo a perfectly paced, slow ripening.
Hand picked grapes were gently pressed and underwent a short maceration (approximately 1 hour) in the press to extract aroma and a delicate pale pink colour from the skins. Then transferred to stainless steel tanks to undergo fermentation at cool temperatures and small period of ageing on its lees after fermentation to add texture to the palate.
Pale salmon in colour, this rosé has aromas of strawberry, raspberry and red cherries combine with notes of white peach and pear. Refreshing acidity on the palate leads to a crisp and elegant finish.