£8.60/ 0.75 L btl
The must, lightly tinged by the Tempranillo grape skins, runs through and ferments at a cool temperature to conserve the characteristically fruity aromas of this rosé wine.
A strawberry colour and revealing aromas of red berry fruits and liquorice, the Cune Rosado is a balanced, single varietal Tempranillo with an unctuous palate and delicate touches.
What does this wine taste like?
|Strawberry red / Bluish glints|
|Higly aromatic / Fruit aromas / Red fruit / Liquorice / Varietal notes|
|Unctuous / Balanced / Delicate / Pleasant finish|
Drinking and storing
Aperitifs / Rice with fish and meat / Pasta salads
A fantastic wine for the warmer weather. Well made and a great wine for any fans of rose or those looking to expand their tastes
Love this rose
This wine first discovered on hols in Spain is perfect for supping on a summer’s evening or indeed mostly anytime
If your not a rise can't his should change your mind. Very delicate again lovely with fish but great at a bbq
Pleasant and easy drinking.. Ticks all the boxes. Strawberry, red fruits and citrusy
No es un rosado que deja huella, es fácil de beber pero no transmite. Esperaba más de un vino de esta reconocida bodega. Me quedo con sus tintos mejor.
Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España - CVNE
The Compañía Vinícola del Norte de España, CVNE —or 'Cune', as it's known locally in Haro— was founded in 1879 and was one of the first wineries in La Rioja to bottle wine. What started out as the project of two brothers (Raimundo and Eusebio Real de Asúa) continues today in the hands of the same family (now the fifth generation) and comprises four wineries: CVNE, Imperial (an independent winery within the original CVNE winery), Viña Real and Viñedos del Contino....