Bach Viña Extrísima Rosado Seco 2020 · Buy it for £7.99 at Vinissimus
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Wine Bach Viña Extrísima Rosado Seco 2020

Spec sheet
Producer
Grapes
Origin
TypeRosé Wine
Alcohol content i13.0%
Bottle size and vintage0.75 L - 2020

Food pairing

Cooked sausages / Rice dishes / Pasta dishes / Fish / Cod / White meats

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC

Tasting notes

  • ViewCherry red / Clear / Bright
  • Bouquet:Higly aromatic / Persistent / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Strawberries / Blueberries
  • Mouth:Fresh / Rounded / Fleshy / Good acidity / Fruit-forward / Elegant / Long finish / Persistent / Voluminous

Customer reviews

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by: SandyG (30/10/2019) - Vintage 2018

Fantastic Value

First had this wine when it was included in the tasting wines at an a la carte dinner in Tenerife. It is dry and beautifully balanced and could pass for a rose at a far higher price point. I am just glad that I have found Vinissimus which enables me to sample it at home.

by: Sandy (30/07/2018) - Vintage 2017

Smooth

Very smooth and easy on the palate. Lovely light and refreshing, perfect for a warm summer day eating alfresco with seafood or whatever you fancy. Highly recommended.

by: Sandy (21/05/2019) - Vintage 2018

Subtle fragrant Rose.

A wonderful combination of grapes gives this Rose a light refreshing taste suitable for any time of the day or occasion. Very nice.

by: PeterD (7 May) - Vintage 2020

Bland

Tried this for the first time. Not a patch on the Principe de Viana Rosado we normally buy. Not unpleasant but very lightweight.

by: Edward Ho (15/09/2017) - Vintage 2016

Summer!

My very first ever rosé wine and i am still enjoying them. I just can not get enough from Majorca.

Wine from Masia Bach

Masia Bach

In 1915, brothers Pere and Ramon Bach i Escopet acquired the Can Estrada estate and gradually increased their holding with the purchase of new estates until obtaining 365 hectares. The project they had in mind was the production of wines intended for ageing and for this purpose they built a cellar, 95 metres in length, which was later enlarged. The first bottles of Bach appeared at the 1929 Barcelona Universal Exposition. Sadly, Ramon died in the Civil War and in 1942 his brother...

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