Marqués de Riscal began making rosé wines in the 1960s, using grapes from young Tempranillo vines less than 15 years´ old, at the time of the cellar´s centenary. This rosé is made by the traditional method of bleeding the must, with a concept of classicism and refinement, achieving a delicacy, freshness and smoothness which is rarely found in this type of wines. The fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of between 14ºC and 16ºC In order to obtain great fruitiness.
Wine with an intense, bright, lively raspberry colour. On the nose, it reveals intense aromas of strawberry and raspberry, with a hint of blossom. On the palate it is fresh, glyceric and balanced, with a finish full of pleasant, crisp sensations.
Fish, shellfish, pasta and rice dishes.