Rose´ wines have had a troubled reputation in Ireland. In the past they were created to use up unused juice, sat poorly and tasted hot and tin-like under our grey skies. Now they have been reformed. This savoury, fragrant rose from north of Ribera del Duero will surprise the unconverted with its high strawberry tones contrasting with unexpected meaty complexity, the product of its ambitious tempranillo and verdejo blend. Val de los Frailes, Rosado 2006...
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