Spain - All Rosé Wines

Spain, a country renowned for its diverse and exceptional wines, also offers a captivating range of fine rosé wines. With its varied terroir and grape varieties, Spain produces rosé wines that are vibrant, refreshing, and bursting with flavor.

 

One of the most famous vineyards in Spain for rosé wines is Muga, located in Rioja. Their renowned Muga Rosado showcases the region's expertise in crafting exquisite rosé wines. Made from a blend of Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes, Muga Rosado exhibits a beautiful pink hue, delicate aromas of red berries, and a crisp, elegant palate.

 

Spain's rosé wines beautifully reflect the country's winemaking diversity, from the crisp and refreshing styles of Rioja and Navarra to the sparkling delights of Penedès. With their vibrant colors, aromatic profiles, and lively acidity, Spanish rosé wines offer a delightful alternative for wine lovers seeking a lighter and more delicate experience. Indulge in the allure of Spain's fine rosé wines and discover the exceptional quality, distinct character, and the region's dedication to crafting remarkable wines. Whether you're savoring a vibrant Rioja rosado, a refreshing Navarra pink, or a sparkling Penedès delight, Spanish rosé wines promise a journey of flavors that capture the essence of this enchanting wine country.



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Jorge Monzón considers 2020 to be an almost prefect vintage—cool and fresh, reminiscent of the great 2016. The pink 2020 Pícaro del Águila Clarete was produced with 35% Tempranillo, 35% Albillo Mayor and the rest other local grape varieties (Garnacha, Bobal, Bruñal, Monastrell, Tempranillo Gris, other Albillos, Garnacha Blanca, Pirules, Jaén, Moscatel, Malvasías...) found in the old vineyards. This is very different from your average rosé, more like a serious light red or powerful white that slowly fermented during 11 months and matured in barrel for 18 months. The orange-ish/pink wine is still young and lively, with some notes of toasted sesame seeds and a faint flinty reduction a little à la Coche-Dury, reminiscent of some vintages of their superb white. This was bottled without being racked, and perhaps that's why it has this nice reduction and could be the finest vintage to date. It has a strong chalky aftertaste from the limestone-rich soils, which makes it a terroir white, but it's also very marked by the style (which they updated from the traditional wines in Aranda in the old times) of a unique wine. It's balanced and mellow but not a shy wine, with 14% alcohol and a pH of 3.26. I've tasted 15+-year-old bottles of wines of this style, and they were still lively, so this one should not be shorter lived. Unique. Given my experience with past vintages, I'd wait a little before pulling the cork here. 8,358 bottles and 151 magnums produced. It was bottled in February 2022.
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Jorge Monzón considers 2020 to be an almost prefect vintage—cool and fresh, reminiscent of the great 2016. The pink 2020 Pícaro del Águila Clarete was produced with 35% Tempranillo, 35% Albillo Mayor and the rest other local grape varieties (Garnacha, Bobal, Bruñal, Monastrell, Tempranillo Gris, other Albillos, Garnacha Blanca, Pirules, Jaén, Moscatel, Malvasías...) found in the old vineyards. This is very different from your average rosé, more like a serious light red or powerful white that slowly fermented during 11 months and matured in barrel for 18 months. The orange-ish/pink wine is still young and lively, with some notes of toasted sesame seeds and a faint flinty reduction a little à la Coche-Dury, reminiscent of some vintages of their superb white. This was bottled without being racked, and perhaps that's why it has this nice reduction and could be the finest vintage to date. It has a strong chalky aftertaste from the limestone-rich soils, which makes it a terroir white, but it's also very marked by the style (which they updated from the traditional wines in Aranda in the old times) of a unique wine. It's balanced and mellow but not a shy wine, with 14% alcohol and a pH of 3.26. I've tasted 15+-year-old bottles of wines of this style, and they were still lively, so this one should not be shorter lived. Unique. Given my experience with past vintages, I'd wait a little before pulling the cork here. 8,358 bottles and 151 magnums produced. It was bottled in February 2022.
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