Wine "Chopo" Monastrell Rose, Jumilla DOP, 2018
Reviews of purchase "Chopo" Monastrell Rose, Jumilla DOP, 2018
Wine pink with a raspberry hue.
The balanced and surprisingly rich taste of the wine shows the roundness of the texture, fresh acidity and invigorating tones of peach, strawberry and mango framed in soft hints of fruit candy.
The wine has an intense aroma with notes of flowers, red and tropical fruits.
Wine is recommended for salads, red fish, white meat, salami pizza.
Rose wine "Ribera del Segura" Monastrell Rose with a refreshing taste, rich fruit notes. Monastrell vineyards are located at an altitude of 550-600 meters above sea level and are divided into stony and limestone soils. Harvesting is carried out manually in the first half of September. Fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature of 8-10 ° C in cement tanks, thanks to the full aroma potential of the variety. Before bottling the wine is filtered and clarified twice with egg white and bentonite.
Founded in 1870, Bodegas Alceno became the first commercial winery in the Jumilla region. Vines are planted at an altitude of 600 to 800 meters on stony and chalky soils in the transition zone between the Mediterranean coast and the central plateau of Castile-La Mancha. Passion for wine made Alseno wines famous for their quality. Production over time is adapted to new technologies, and the taste of wines - to the requirements of modern consumers. It is currently part of the Familia Bastida .
Family winery Bodegas Bastida was founded by Antonio Bastide in the 50s of the last century. He built a small factory and became involved in the production of wine. In 1977, his son, Juan Julio, joined the family business. The construction of a new winery began in Abaran. In 1996, cellars were expanded and equipment was modernized.
In 1996, a new plant was built in Monforte del Cid, and in 2006 a bottling line was launched. Today, the company's products enjoy success in many European countries.