This rosé wine is made with grapes from the Bobal grape from vineyards situated on San Juan del Valle is located in the D.O. Valencia.
The fermentation begins after the grape juice until it reaches an alcohol content of about 6º. When it comes to this point stops the fermentation by cold and lowering the temperature to -2ºC. What follows is a second fermentation until the grape must reach a graduation of close to 10º to stop the fermentation.
In this way the wine gets its fine bubble and its characteristic sweetness thanks to the natural sugars in the grape juice that has not been fermented.
To view presents an attractive pink color of raspberry tones, delicate appearance. The bubble is thin and graceful and is highlighted by the attractive brightness of the wine.
The nose presents good intensity, stands out above all the aromas of red fruit and a jellybean, transmits the same freshness and joviality that is found in the visual phase.
In the mouth appears alive, cheerful and sparkling, the carbon dioxide is fresh and becomes greedy in his step. Its low alcohol content and acidity make it in the first instance in a wine that is easy to drink and enjoy. Some strawberry jelly notes to complete the experience.
Ideal to accompany a tapas or snacks prior to a meal more compelling. In the white meat, a good grilled vegetables or even accompanying cold meats. The ideal temperature of service to enjoy all the qualities of the wine is around 6ºC.
Bruno Murciano, co-founder at de Vinos and award winner Sommelier, teamed up with David Sampedro Gil to pursue a lifelong dream to elaborate a range of wines made from what is the “queen” grape in his native homeland of Utiel-Requena: Bobal. These wines are made from 7.5 hectares of vineyards that Bruno bought in a sloppy hill surrounded by pine tree forest. These are 70 to 80 years old, organic vineyards located at 800m. Bruno and David use artisanal methods and biodynamic techniques in the vineyard, plus they intervene as little as possible in the cellar, so that Bobal can transmit its full potential (its fragance, its colour layer and tannic power).
In 2012, Bruno and David teamed up with Valencia-based winery Valsan 1831 to create “Compañía Vitivinícola del Mediterráneo” to elaborate wines with grapes and personality from the Spanish Mediterranean Coast. For instance, they are making the wine consumer rediscover one of the most important grape varieties in that region: Moscatel. A great example of this white grape is “El Novio Perfecto” (the Perfect Boyfriend): an easy-drinking off-dry white wine that is very light in alcohol.