Roselito is a rosé of the onion skin palette that stands out for its freshness and ease of drink, making it a perfect “signing” for the spring and summer months. The vintage 2016 has been good climatologically, which facilitated the obtaining of a very fresh wine, quite floral, with aromas of red fruit, very creamy and wrapping in the mouth, a perfect rosé candy.
This wine is made from 65% Tinto fino, 35% Albillo, from vineyards located around the town of San Esteban de Gormaz (Soria), 900 meters above sea level.
Harvested in boxes of small size (less than 10kg). Direct pressing with whole clusters. Uncured for 12 hours at 8 ° C. Fermentation and aging in steel deposit.for its subsequent bottling in the month of February 2017.
Rosé with a pale appearance, belonging to the wines commonly called onion skin for its characteristic color. The first time the nose is vinous and floral. Then aromas of red fruit appear.
In the mouth the wine comes with rhythm, is dynamic and refreshing. Subtle, feminine, light, easy to drink and with a good acidity that gives a great balance.
Bodegas Antídoto, Bertrand Sourdais produces its wines in one of the most charming areas of the D.O. Ribera de Duero, specifically in its eastern part, within the province of Soria.
In charge of the vineyard of Château Nénin in Pomerol in 1999, vinificó in Álvaro Palacios (Priorat) and Santa Rita (Chile) in 1998 and worked in Château Léoville Las Cases in 1997 and in Château Mouton Rothschild in 1996.
Antidote is a young project, which begins its journey in 2010, although it is not until 2011, year in which it obtains its first Antidote from the vineyards it manages in Soria, when it is consolidated. Its objective is to produce fine and unique wines in the eastern part of the Ribera del Duero. This zone is formed by multiple and tiny parcels of old vineyards prefiloxéricas, nailed to almost thousand meters of altitude.
The trilogy of the elements earth, climate and genetic quality of the vines configure the lands of Soria as a unique and different zone of the well-known Burgos and Valladolid within the D.O. Ribera de Duero.