Why You Should Jump on the Rosé Bandwagon – Hacienda de Arinzano rosé
Hacienda de Arinzano rosé
Arturo Ciompi features the 2015 Hacienda de Arínzano rosé. 90/100 points.
The Hacienda De Arínzano has been awarded “Pago” status – the highest government rating of a single estate. (Sort of like a “Grand Cru.”) This dry rosé will fill the bill as a delectable summer food wine.
Stunning, brilliant salmon-pink color. A clean and penetrating nose of freshly cut roses, subtle berry notes and tangy cherry nuances in the beautifully integrated bouquet. Flavors are smooth and roundly textured, with ripe cherry elements, very crisp acids and a peppery finish that provides refreshment. (100% Tempranillo) Drink now-2017.
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Michelle Williams features the 2015 Hacienda de Arínzano rosé.
Hacienda de Arinzano Rosé 2015: This wine was crafted of 100% Tempranillo from hand-picked grapes from the foothills of the Occidental Pyrenees in North-East Spain between Rioja and Bordeaux; it poured an elegant fuchsia in the glass, in fact it looks like a slice of watermelon; on the nose it offered aromas of fresh strawberries, watermelon, citrus zest and floral notes; on the palate it was crisp and refreshing with round acidity that coasted the mouth with a long, zesty finish. SRP $19.99, check your favorite local wine retailer and online for this wine