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Monte Aman Rosado Ribera del Arlanza 2012

ID No: 168536
Country:Spain
Region:Arlanza
Grape Type:Tempranillo
Winery:Monte Aman
Product Description

Monte Aman Rosado Ribera del Arlanza 2012 is made from 100% Tempranillo.
Destemming, slight maceration, which provides delicate aromas and freshness, then fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures between 18ºC and 20 ºC.

It has a cherry red color, live, fresh, clean. Very fruity, berries (strawberries, cherries), elegant and surprising. The palate is well balanced and fresh wine in step, with good acidity and is pleasant and enjoyable. It should be served cold, with all types of starters, fish and light meats.

Winery: Monte Aman

The Monte Aman Estate
The Monte Amán S.L. bodegas and vineyards are situated in Castrillo Solarana. The municipal district and area belong to the region of Ribera del Arlanza where the tradition of elaborating wine and cultivating vines goes back to Roman times, in the III century, having vestige in the region of Lara and La Sierra de Covarrubias. In the Visigoth times, vineyards were cultivated in Quintanilla de las Viñas, but it is in the 9th and 10th centuries that the viticultural repopulation of Ribera del Arlanza is produced.
Our undertaking begins in 1985, with a constantly expanding grape plantation of 30has, consisting of 95% Tinta del país (Tempranillo) and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
In 1989 the Barbadillo García family decided to build the industrial premises with modern installations, with the aim of producing quality wines. Later on the age in American oak casks.

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