Vega Sindoa 2011
Bodegas Nekeas, the owner, calls this wine rosé, not rosado. It has light strawberry and cherry aromas and flavors, sweetness, a firm body, and some pepper, anise and licorice on the finish. The color is just right. A 50/50 blend of Garnacha and Cabernet.Add winemaker's notes
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Bodegas Nekeas, the owner, calls this wine rosé, not rosado. It has light strawberry and cherry aromas and flavors, sweetness, a firm body, and some pepper, anise and licorice on the finish. The color is just right. A 50/50 blend of Garnacha and Cabernet.
Even a wine geek can like this tasty, inexpensive pink-colored wine, and it's a great way to get novice enthusiasts into something other than white Zinfandel. From its rose-floral nose with subtle earth and meaty hints, through the full, dry, herb-shaded berry flavors, this wine is packed with appeal. the Garnacha-Cabernet blend provides surprising body, and it's smoother and fuller than most inexpensive rosés. The dry, light finish makes this a perfect spring choice for anything from sipping to light dining.
A dry Rosé accentuated with delicate strawberry flavors and kiwi-like acidity that finishes refreshingly pure and clean on the palate.
The 2009 Rosé is made from 100% Garnacha. Medium pink-colored, it reveals a lovely perfume of cherry blossom, rose petal, and rhubarb. Supple and dry on the palate with plenty of fruity flavor, it is meant for drinking over the next 12-18 months.
Such a pretty pink is this Garnacha/Cabernet mix; and it tastes and smells great too. Fruity raspberry aromas blend into the flowery bouquet, while the palate is streamlined by watermelon notes that prime the peach flavors that dominate. A mild dose of pepper on the finish is nice.
Pop quiz: what's the hippest thing going in the wine world right now? If you said crisp, dry European rosé, you win. A fad that began as a fun comeuppance for elitist (which is to say misinformed and hopelessly naive) no-pink-wine prigs, has turned for many into a full-blown obsession. And for good reason - when done as well as this Vega Sindoa is, almost nobody can resist its charms. And euphamisms like "value-priced" barely apply. This wine is downright CHEAP!
America received 2,000 cases of the 2001 Vega Sindoa Rosé, a blend of equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha (Grenache). Its light salmon color is accompanied by copious quantities of framboise and cherry-like fruit, medium body, and excellent purity as well as ripeness. Drink it over the next year. This estate, perennially chosen as producing some of the world's greatest wine values, Bodegas Nekeas has fashioned this wine that must be tasted to be believed.
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