CASTILLO DE ENERIZ Rosado

75cl, 13%

RM 158

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Tasting Notes:

  • APPEARANCE: Bright and intense strawberry red color.
  • AROMA: Very fruity, highly aromatic persistence with intense scents of flowers, red and citric fruit.
  • TASTE: Intense, fruity, fresh, soft and well-balanced flavors. Long and very persistent aftertaste.
Description

CASTILLO DE ENERIZ Rosado

Castillo de Enériz is the range of wines that gives a name to our main winery in appellation Navarra. It is a modern winery purchased by the family Fernández de Manzanos to elaborate on the extraordinary vineyards that they own in this appellation.

The wines are elaborated from the vineyards that the fourth generation of the family planted in an extremely fruitful land that gives excellent grapes. These have made these wines known in many places around the world. Castillo de Enériz Colección, a coupage of selected grapes with an exquisite presentation, stands out.

Climate:
Baja Montaña, Valdizarbe, and Tierra Estella are located on the riverside nearby the Pyrenees. This favorable location brings with it a dry climate with higher humidity (no lack of rain in the summer and warm as the grapes have to ripen). (Average precipitation: 525 mm per year.) The average temperature is 12.3ºC with a peak of 28ºC in summer and a low of -2º in winter.) The Ribera Alta sub-zone can be split in two climatically. In the north (Comarcas: Olite and Lerin) there is a continental climate, slightly drier than in the adjacent subzones, the average precipitation is 525 mm, the average temperature is 13 ° C, and there is sometimes a period of lack of water. The south (Marcilla comarca) approaches a semi-arid climate with an average precipitation of 435 mm and an average temperature of up to 13,6 ° C. The Ribera Baja has a dry climate, the annual rainfall is 350 mm and the average temperature is 14 ° C.

Underground:
Soft, deep, fertile topsoil; underground of gravel with calcareous solid rock.

Vinification:
60% Garnacha 40% Tempranillo

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