Breca Rosé, 2022
Nose: Aromas of sweet orange and other fruit flavors with scents of freshly muddled blackberries. Palate: Crisp and bright, with citrus flavors, vanilla bean and floral notes, which lead to an extended finish.
Spain, Towns of Munébrega, Murero, and Paracuellos, Zaragoza
90pts. James Suckling; 90pts. Wine Enthusiast
Garnacha de Aragón
Garnacha was first cultivated in this northeastern corner of Spain and spread across the Mediterranean by the medieval Kingdom of Aragón. Vines planted between 1945 and 1970. Traditional dry farmed viticulture. Organic vines. Cultivated by hand with minimal to no human intervention.
The rosé is produced with a light saignée (a winemaking technique to concentrate a ferment by removing juice) followed by fermentation by wild yeast in stainless steel and concrete tanks
Maturation Mode & Time:
Aged sur lie (wine is in constant contact with lees adding additional flavors and aromas into the final product) for two months in stainless steel tanks