The Muga Rosado is a deep salmon color, with intensely fresh, strawberry, raspberry and orange peel aromas. The domination of the Grenache grape provides plenty of warm, spicy fruit with crisp acidity.
An ideal aperitif, this wine can be enjoyed on its own and can also complement prawns in sweet chilli or garden salads.
This 2013 vintage was hallmarked by generous rainfall, which meant that the vines practically never stopped growing throughout the cycle. As a result, the canopy development was a key factor and conditioned the organoleptic features of the wine, in particular its aromas and acidity.
With the glass held still, the fruit comes to the fore with a rich range of nuances: cherry, apple, peach, pineapple and even white blossom and fennel, not found very often in this wine. And not forgetting the omnipresent pastry shop aroma produced by the fine lees. On the palate the three-way relationship of bitter-acid-sweet flavours makes the tasting a true joy, intense and very long, leaving excellent sensations in the aftertaste which make you want to come back for more.
60% Grenache, 30% Viura and 10% Tempranillo.