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Characteristics of Gran Feudo Edición las Lías Rosado
Gran Feudo Edición Rosado is a rose wine from Navarra produced by Bodegas Gran Feudo. This winery is part of the Chivite group.
Bodegas Gran Feudo is located in the town of Corella, in the Ribera de Navarra.
Gran Feudo Edición Rosado is a blend of Garnacha, Tempranillo and Merlot varieties.
For processing, the grapes perform a maceration with the skins for a short period of time. After maceration, the wine is aged for six months in stainless steel tanks with its lees at a controlled temperature.
Serve at 10ºC
Fish rices, Beans and pulses, Grilled vegetables, White meat, Tempura, Rice with meat, Risottos, Oriental dishes, Sushi, Aperitif
SightStrawberry pink with purple hues.NoseGood aromatic intensity, red fruits (strawberries, raspberries, cherries) accompanied by floral and citrus notes.TasteNice and fresh input. Good acidity, balanced, with tasty ripe fruit and light touches of citrus. Long finish.
SightPale pink. Clean and bright.NoseIntense and fruity. Red fruits such as raspberry, strawberry and cherry dominate.TasteA fresh attack with a good balance between acidity and alcohol. A long, persistent finish with a strawberry aftertaste and a touch of citrus.
SightPale pink colour, very clean and bright.NoseComplex nose, medium-high intensity. Lots of red fruit, raspberries, redcurrents, strawberries well balanced with notes of patisserie goods, slightly spicy touches, and a nice mineral background.TasteA very fleshy palate, with a dense and rich texture. Good and very lively acidity which adds depth. A long, appetising finish leaving nice, bitter notes.
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SightClean and bright, not very intense, soft raspberry pink colour.NoseVery aromatic and fruity wine with notes of strawberries, currants and citrus which give way to some floral hints. Very intense.TasteRosé wine with a wide attack and a light, tasty mid palate with a good acidity and a long, dry finish that precedes a floral and mineral aftertaste.
SightPale onion-skin colour. Clean and bright wine.NoseGood aromatic intensity dominated by the notes of fruit and some good creamy touches.TasteGood and wide attack and a meaty, tasty and slightly oily mid palate. The fruit is still dominant but not explosive. Its balanced acidity gives it a lot of freshness and lightness. Good but not very persistent finish, with a bitter touch.
SightA little intense. Rosa and brilliant.NoseVery intense and complex. Very fruity. Currant and raspberry predominant. Notes of white flowers. Shades of cinnamon.TasteEntry wide. Step mouth with plenty of volume and fat. Good acidity. Long and dry. Mineral and citrus aftertaste.
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.