Grape Variety: Tempranillo
Category: Rosé Wine
Format: 750 mL
Producer: Baron De Ley
Alcohol: 13.5 %
Description: “Ernest Hemingway’s love of Spanish bullfighting is well known, but he was apparently also a big fan of rosado, Spain’s rosé wine. We are sure he would be well pleased with this interpretation. Baron de Ley has crafted a rosado with a vivid pink colour and a charismatic nose of strawberry, raspberry and red cherry. Structured, full-bodied and juicy on the palate, this food-friendly wine would be perfect with antipasto.” LCBO
Salmon in colour with a medium minus nose.
Positives: This is yummy. The nose is muted so I wasn’t expecting too much, but then I tasted it & wow. It was like those candies that have a fruit explosion once you crack the hard outer layer. Lots of strawberry with Macintosh apples, cranberry, cherry & some wet stone. Slightly off dry, medium body with good acidity, long length.
Interesting Point: This is a great summer wine.
Drink on its own or pair it with grilled pork chop stuffed with sun dried tomatoes.
Tasted: 25 Mar 12
Score:9+/10, Value: 9.5/10, Total: 19/20
Out of 5 stars, I rated this wine: 4.5