Castaño Monastrell Semi Sweet Rosé 2016, Wine and Roses.

Monovarietal semi-sweet rosé wine elaborated with the native variety of Yecla, the Monastrell. Once again the Castaño family proves that it lives up to market trends. Fresh, young wine easy to drink with the perfect acidity to balance the sweetness of the fruit it gives off. A wine to enjoy all day, afternoon and night with friends. A wine that falls in love with whoever tries it.

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Monastrell from young vineyards of less than 20 years in stony limestone soils with a yield of 5,000 kg / ha. The harvest was made in mid-September.
Direct pressing without maceration with skins. The fermentation is paralyzed in the final phase, through cold and filtration. In this way you get a natural sugar residue and a light sparkling grade (CO2) that gives it freshness and conservation.

Of a very pale rosé, in nose presents intense notes of fresh cherries and strawberry.
The mouth is easy to drink, long and very pleasant, notes of strawberry and red fruit. Sweetness perfectly balanced with a note of acidity. A perfect wine to enjoy at all times.

Bodegas Castaño is one of the referents in the wine sector of the southeast Spanish for its trajectory and achievements obtained with the varieties of the zone.
Ramon Castaño Santa’s relationship with the world of wine goes back several generations, both winemakers and processors. In 1950, Ramón built a new winery, updating the technical means with which he counted and expanding the family vineyards. In 1975 it acquired its first vineyards in the place of “Las Gruesas”, but it was not until 1980 when it began to bottle, an attitude that seemed too daring in the then conservative wine world of Yecla.
The gradual incorporation of his three children – Ramón, Juan Pedro and Daniel – to the family winery throughout the 80s, brought a new approach: to strengthen national markets and to begin a stage of expansion into international markets.

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