The guv’nor rules his establishment with confident poise, yet he is not a man to be trifled with. Like his beer, his wine is carefully selected to ensure both he and his associates enjoy a wine that hits the spot.
The guv’nor stamps his approval on the cap of each bottle.
Blend is the new trend in the world of wine. These wines are made with different grapes of distinct vines, selected either for their regionality or for their variety. This characterizes them as unique wines with their own identity, in which the art of making wine is represented.
GRAPE VARIETIES: Garnacha and Tempranillo
STYLE: Still Rosé Wine
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13 %
SERVING TEMPERATURE: Between 8 and 10 ºC
A very attractive pale rosé wine with a bouquet dominated by red fruit aromas. This is a fresh and moreish rosé in the mouth with the generous strawberry redcurrant fruit flavours balanced by perky acidity and a soft, lingering finish.
Unwind with this rosé on its own or serve with starters, tapas, fish and seafood paella.
This wine is made from Garnacha and Tempranillo grape varieties. These are carefully monitored to ensure perfect maturity while limiting the concentration of anthocyanins in order to obtain a pale colored Rosé. This also allows for juices with good acidity and freshness, perfect for this wine style. Each variety is treated separately, with a limited maceration of just 2-3 hours, followed by very soft pressing and static draining to obtain very clean musts. The fermentations take place at very low temperature, similar to white wines, at around 12-14 ºC, with extended lees contact for 3-4 months before assembly and bottling.
2022 AWC Vienna – International Wine Challenge: The Guv’nor Rosé NV