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Characteristics of Garnacha by Artazu Rosado
Garnacha by Artazu Rosado is a rosé wine from the appellation of origin Navarra produced by Bodegass y Viñedos Artazu, which belong to the group Artadi. This is a monovarietal of Garnacha. The grape used for Garnacha by Artazu Rosado originates from vines grown at 450 to 600 meters above sea level.
Garnacha by Artazu Rosado is produced by bleeding the grapes, a traditional process and widely recognised by the wine sector.
The wine is fermented in stainless steel containers at a controlled temperature.
Artadi wants to acquire wines that represents the characteristics of each region through the series Garnacha by Artazu. In the case of Navarra, the grape Garnacha was used as it is typical of this region.
Bodegas y Viñedos Artuzo is a project that started in 1996 by Juan Carlos López de Lacalle and claims by using this method he hopes that Artazu will continue its long tradition of winemaking.
Some wine regions have to bear the weight of their own prestige and fame, and this is certainly the case for Navarra. For many years, the white and reds produced in this region came second to the rosés produced here with the noble Grenacha variety. However, the last two decades have seen ongoing changes in the wine-making sector in Navarra, changes which have completely transformed the styles of wine produced and have been consistently worthwhile, resulting in some of the white and red wines produced in Navarra being ranked among best rated in Spain.