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Characteristics of Vinea Rosado
Vinea Rosado is a rosé wine from D.O. Cigales, produced by the winery Finca Museum, in Cigales (Valladolid).
Finca Museum was born with the expansion of Grupo Barón de Ley outside La Rioja. In fact, it is in Cigales where they found a unique vineyard that allowed them to make their first wines, showing all the character and uniqueness of this area.
Finca Museum has 185 hectares of their own, and 60 controlled hectares. These vineyards are planted with century-old vines, rooted on poor soils, with low yields, but rich in minerals. All of them are cultivated in a personalised way, applying sustainable viticulture that is respectful with the environment.
Vinea Rosado is a wine made with Tempranillo from the vineyards that are located on the farm itself.
Once the grapes are manually harvested, they are transferred to the winery in small quantities to preserve all their qualities. Once the grapes arrive at the winery, they go through cold maceration for 6 hours. After this time is up, the free-run juice is bled to carry out the alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel deposits for around three weeks. After the fermentation, the wine remains on its lees for 30 days to increase its fullness.
Vinea Rosado is a rosé, intense and balanced wine. On the nose, it is very aromatic, with ripe red fruit and light floral notes that stand out. In the mouth, it is sweet, with a light final freshness that invites us to take another sip.
Serve at 8ºC
Aperitif, Veal round, Soupy rice, Sushi
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Until recently, the D.O Cigales was a region that produced wines that were defined by the rural and traditional nature of the region and its ancient history. The wines here were made using traditional techniques such as stone vats, treading the grapes by foot and fermentation left to the vagaries of nature. However, over the past two decades, the reality of wine here has become something very different. One only has to enter any of the of the region’s renowned wineries to notice that their wines have taken the highway of modernity, shaking off their old reputation. The region has continued to produce rosés, although they are now juicier, fresher and well balanced. The region is also leaning ever more towards the production of red wines, following the example set by other regions along the Duero river, although perhaps with the difference that here they may be easier to drink.