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|Product:||Rosé Spanish Wine|
Campo Viejo has the first winery in Spain to achieve carbon neutral status in 2012
Greenhouse gas emissions cut by 25% since 2011
Energy use reduced by 15% over the past four years.
Campo Viejo Rosé is an award-winning rosé wine reminiscent of Côte de Provence but inspired by the Campo Viejo house style. Crisp and elegant, it is made with 100% Grenache grapes from selected blocks and harvested in the cool of the night. Aromatic and fruit forward, it's an homage to summer that evokes freshness and jovial relaxation, with notes of cherry, blackberry, strawberry, rose petals and a nice a refreshing citrus and grapefruit underlying taste. It can be enjoyed with a variety of light savoury dishes like tapas, salads, seafood and chicken, making it an incredibly versatile rosé wine
Tasting: This bright, lively wine offers vibrant red fruit (strawberries, raspberries and cherries) with hints of flowers and sweet spices.
Won Gold at New York International Wine Competition 2020
Campo Viejo is one of the most famous of all Rioja wines. Ever since two local winemakers - Beristain and Ortigüela - created the first vintage in 1959, Campo Viejo has been synonymous with innovation and a symbol of the expressiveness, colour and vibrancy that Rioja is renowned for. It is the no. 1 Spanish brand in the UK.
Min Temp °C: 8
Max Temp °C: 10
Bodegas Campo Viejo,
Pernod Ricard UK Ltd.,
|Tasting Notes||With notes of Cherry, blackberry, Strawberry, Rose petals and a nice a refreshing citrus and grapefruit underlying taste.|
|Storage Instructions||This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 2 years|
|Country of Origin||Spain|
|Vinification||Thegrapes are harvested in the cool of the night placed into vats at low temperature in order to delay fermentation, where they sit for a few hours and produces a pale must.Several styles of Rosé are produced in order to put together the ideally balanced coupage|
|History||Campo Viejo brand was born in 1959, 60 years ago, from the hands of two experienced Rioja winemakers, José Ortigüela and Bernardo Beristain, both from the town of Aldeanueva de Ebro. Its name was inspired from an area of vineyards in the town of El Villar de Arnedo, known as Campus Veteranus (translate as “the veteran's field”) were plots were historically given to veterans of the Roman legion as a reward for their merits. The name turned into Campo Viejo, meaning “The Old Field”.|
|Regional Information||This wine is produced with grapes coming from Navarra, a region in the north of Spain close to Rioja that is very known for making great rose spanish wine.|
10.1 UK Units per bottle
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