Clos Corriol Rosat

Wine Type:

Rosé, fermented in stainless steel vats. 

Varieties:

Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha. Grapes from our Mas de Mustardó estate in La Morera de Montsant.

Tasting Notes

An enchanting, lively raspberry colour in the glass.

Nose : Intense, expressive fruity aroma evocative of strawberries and raspberries.

Palate: Soft entry; crisp, expressively fruity with a hint of residual sweetness and a smooth finish.


Winemaker’s Notes

Grapes are hand-picked into 45-pound boxes. The choicest clusters are selected in the vineyard and sent to the sorting table at the winery, where the very finest berries are selected. The grapes are then destalked and crushed to produce a paste or must which is allowed to cool before being left to macerate in a vat at a low temperature. After a few hours, depending on the desired colour, the skins are discarded and the rosé must is racked to another stainless steel vat.

Yeast is introduced to trigger fermentation at an optimum temperature of around 16ºC. Fermentation generally takes 20-25 days, with the temperature inside the vats controlled using cooling jackets.

Finally, the wine is racked and left to settle prior to bottling.

Ready to enjoy!