Rosé Viña Pomal

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First Rosé of Viña Pomal. It is made with 70% Grenache and 30% Viura, traditional varieties of Rioja rosés. Able to satisfy lovers of classic wine but with an avant-garde touch.


vintage 2020
vintage 2019
vintage 2017
Silver Medal
Global Rosé Masters
90 points
James Suckling
92 points
Guía de vinos ABC
Mayte Calvo de la Banda
Bodegas Bilbaínas Oenologist
Rosé Viña Pomal pairs with all kinds of entrées, vegetable stews as well as with pastas, pizza and rice dishes. It also makes an ideal pairing with seafood dishes and oily fish.

Brilliance and a pale rosé tone.


Subtle, with reminiscences of strawberry, raspberry, violet flowers and spiciness (aniseed, chamomile).


A structured buttery entry that gives it length. The wine’s acidity adds freshness and balances its structure on the palate.


Varieties and Analysis


Contains sulfites


Alcohol volume (%)

D.O.Ca. Rioja

Designation of Origin

Grenache, Viura


Rosé wine



Suitable for vegans
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The Winery

Founded in 1901 in the town of Haro’s legendary Station Quarter, Bodegas Bilbaínas is the longest-standing bottling winery in Rioja.  It also has the most extensive underground cellars in the region and a greater area of vineyards than any other winery in the town: 250 hectares of high quality vines, which supply the winery with its own grapes, ensuring that they can be processed quickly without losing their qualities.  Viña Pomal is its flagship brand, which embodies the Rioja Alta's best winemaking tradition. These are exceptional wines that have remained faithful to the classic style of authentic Rioja from the outset.

Elaboration - Vinification

Viña Pomal Rosé is made using the “saignée” method.

Viña Pomal Rosé is made using the “saignée” method. Once the grapes enter the winery they are destemmed and crushed in the traditional manner, after which they are poured into a tank where they undergo light cold maceration for at least 12 hours. When the must attains the desired colour it is “bled”, which consists of separating the free run juice from the skins. The must is then fermented at a controlled temperature of 14 ºC to preserve the wine’s aromas and freshness.

Vineyard - Viticulture

Grown on vineyards located in the Upper Rioja, a zone influenced by the Atlantic with poor mixed soils of a specific texture.

Grown on vineyards located in the Upper Rioja, a zone influenced by the Atlantic with poor mixed soils of a specific texture. Under such conditions, the Grenache and Viura varietals, the Rioja’s traditional rosé varietals, evolve optimally rendering a rosé wine of a unique colour with a characteristic acidity that adds freshness and youthfulness plus varietal nuances that make it expressive and give it a long finish.

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