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Characteristics of Come Paella y Bebe Vino
Come Paella y Bebe Vino is a wine from the Bienbebido collection produced by Castillo de Maetierra made from Merlot and a small grain Muscat.
The Bienbebido collection appeared when Vintae decided to create a wine that combined different plates like ham, octopus, paella, pork, cheese, beef and chicken. In order to complete their mission they brought together a group of chefs, sommeliers and oenologists so they could decide the best grapes or the best coupage for these plates.
All of them reached the conclusion that, to accompany a good paella, you need a good rosé.
As for the production, the maceration is between 24 to 48 hours at low temperature, approximately 10ºC. Later it undergoes devatting in deposits, obtaining a natural rosé must that will be fermented for 20 days at 10-20 ºC.
SightCherry red in colour, lively and bright with golden reflections.NoseOn the nose it is clean and intense with the protagonist being the red fruit such as strawberries, raspberries and red currents. Flower notes are also perceived like roses and violets. Thanks to its long citrus touches, it is fresh and lively.TasteAn easy entrance on the palate as the wine is elegant, fleshy and unctuous. The end is intense and long with an aftertaste of fruity and red fruit notes which are sensed on the nose.
La Rioja is one of the most important areas of wine production in the world. It has a long history, and exceptional soils and climates. From the Tempranillo and Grenache varieties they make great red wines that are masterfully aged which demonstrates the experience passed from generation to generation.
In Rioja land of the Ebro valley, a few steps from the city of Calahorra lenari Bimil, and on the same road of the Camino de Santiago Aragon, stands the castle of Maetierra. Under his watchful eye, in the land of immemorial past, grow their vines, gilded by the sun in the valleys of Sadacia. More than 350 hectares (from which you are 80 varieties of white wine) form Maetierra. A horticultural farm, which grow all kinds of products of the earth, many of them organic.