This wild, pomegranate-coloured rosado comes from a tiny, 60-year-old, single-vineyard called El Cuchillejo. Here the red-juiced Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouschet) vines grow on chalky/clay soils at 930 metres of altitude.
It has the perfume and flavours of tangy rosehip and cranberry with a squirt of raspberry and rhubarb and a crunchy, earthy close. Power and perfume. This kind of Rosado has the concentration to sit with a meal and the lightness of an aperitif.