Nuviana Rosé is an original, fresh and fruity wine made with grapes from Tierra de Castilla. The word Nuviana is a derivation of the word Novellana, which, in Old Castilian, defines the set of newborn birds of a young.
Clarity and brilliance. A pink raspberry colour.
An intense and lingering aroma. Notes of raspberry, strawberry and cherry that render the wine fresh and vivacious.
What stands out isa good balance between structure and acidity. Notes of red currant and wild strawberries. This wine has structure, a fresh and very pleasant mouthfeel and a long pleasant finish.
Born in the Cinca Valley, in Alto Aragón, the wines of Nuviana are characterised by being aromatic and light on the palate, and most enjoyable to drink. The quality of the range is due to the integral management of the production, from the care taken of the grapes, right through to the bottling of the wine, applying the latest technology and expertise in the vineyard and winery to obtain wines with a very up-to-date and modern taste profile. The Nuviana wines are fresh, with a light, rounded body and a lot of personality, in definitive, a character clearly synonymous with quality and innovation.
The destemmed grapes were macerated in stainless steel tanks for 18-20 hours at temperatures below 10 °C.
The destemmed grapes were macerated in stainless steel tanks for 18-20 hours at temperatures below 10 °C. The must that was used to make this wine was obtained from devatting the Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo varietals. Once the must was separated from the pomace it was left to ferment in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature below 18 °C. Once clarified and stabilised, the wines were kept in stainless steel tanks until bottling so as to retain all their freshness.
The grapes for this vintage come from vine stock cultivated using modern trellising techniques.
The grapes for this vintage come from vine stock cultivated using modern trellising techniques and applying environmentally friendly treatments based on sustainability principles.