Top 10 wines in the US press

3rd July, 2013 by Andy Young

Las Rocas de San Alejandro, Calatayud, Rosado 2012

Las Rocas de San Alejandro, Calatayud, Rosado 2012This is the wine recommended by Rebecca Murphy in the Dallas Morning News, she wrote: “This Spanish wine has everything you could want from a rosé. It’s delicious, made primarily from the best grape for a rosé, Garnacha, or Grenache.

She added: “It has a pretty pink rose colour and exciting strawberry, cherry and raspberry fruit aromas and flavours, with a touch of dusty minerals. It’s juicy and fresh in the mouth, with enough zesty acidity to keep it lively. Try it with tortilla chips; it’s a heavenly combo.”

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