Wine Ramón Bilbao Rosado 2020
|Alcohol content i||12.5%|
|Bottle size and vintage||0.75 L - 2020|
Aperitifs / Cold starters / Salads / Carpaccios / Risotto
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 11ºC and 13ºC
- ViewPink / Salmon
- Bouquet:Fruit aromas / Fresh fruit / Lemon / Floral scents / Cherries
- Mouth:Light / Fresh / Croccante / Silky / Subtle / Fruit-forward / Pleasant finish
Great Rose. Not sweet like a lot are.
We had this on holiday on La Palma and really liked it because it was pale, dry and subtle unlike a lot of other Rose Wines. I was delighted when I found that Vinissimus had it in stock so ordered some immediately. Some holiday wines disappoint when you get back home but not this one. It will become a regular like the Marques de Caceres Blanco.by: Graham (27/06/2018) - Vintage 2017
Lovely summer rose
Perfect light, provence style plus a little Spanish lift - pale pink, stylish bottle and a good intro to the house style and Lalomba which is their top end special occasion wine Ideal as an aperitif or with light summer lunchesby: B J Bradford (16/03/2019) - Vintage 2018
Our favourite everyday rose. Great value
This is a delicate and light, pale salmon coloured rose. Aromas of red fruits and pale flowers. Very elegant, and excellent with food or as an aperitif. Compares well with most of what Provence has to offer.by: Angelica Deverell (24/04/2019) - Vintage 2018
Very very pale rose with a long finish and a delicious slightly 'earthy' note, dry on the palate but plenty of fresh summery underlying fruit. Very good value for such an elegant rose.by: Lynsey (04/09/2017) - Vintage 2016
Love this wine, easy drinking, perfect with dinner or on its own. Dry but still fruity, im a pinot blush kind of girl but this rioja rosado is my new favourite!
Wine from Bodegas Ramón Bilbao
Bodegas Ramón Bilbao is an excellent example of pure Rioja traditions combined with the latest innovations in winemaking. The winery came into being in 1924 although its founder Don Ramón Bilbao Murga had been working in the wine trade in Haro since 1896. The winery was run by generation after generation of the family until 1966 when Ramón Bilbao Pozo passed away with no sons or daughters to take over the firm. Five years later it was decided to convert the...