|Type||Oak-aged Rosé Wine|
What does this wine taste like?
|Pink / Bright|
|Sweet notes / Berries / Red fruit / Floral scents / Smoky notes|
|Refreshing / Good acidity / Flavoursome / Forest fruits / Crunchy / Citrus notes / Long finish|
Very nice Mercia rose.
Fresh and fruity, with clear characteristics of the grape. Something a little different drinking well. Good with food - bbq'd meats etc.
|Ageing period||3 months|
|Type of wood||French oak|
|Vine age||48 years|
|Soil||Limestone / Quartz|
|Climate||Mediterranean with Atlantic influence|
The Bodegas Avanthia winery is located on the slate soil hillsides of the area of Valdeorras in Galicia. The name of this area comes from the fact that Romans mined gold here (Val-de-oras roughly means 'golden valley' in Latin). Nowadays, its terroir is ideal for two of the most important indigenous grape varieties in Spain: the Godello and Mencia grapes. Jorge Ordóñez was the first wine merchant to introduce the Godello grape to the USA and for many years he was the only...