Cloe Rose 2017, Manual harvest, entry to cellar at 12 degrees to increase the extraction of varietal aromas. Direct bleeding to reduce the color increase, temperature control, alcoholic fermentation at low temperatures with selected yeasts for 11 days until the complete transformation of their sugars. Start of malolactic fermentation, but without letting it finish to maintain acidity.
Pairing: Marida very well with sushi, tuna, fine shells, oysters, fish with salt. Its nuances are very similar to those of a Champagne. With its barrel pass it can even be accompanied by grilled meat
Color: Pink with salmon and violet tones. Clean and bright.
Nose: Fair of medium intensity. Notes of white flowers, small red fruits and citrus combine to give rise to this delicious nose. With aromas of wild roses.
Mouth: Great balance, it is fresh on the palate and very elegant, maintaining the acidity and the persistence of the end of the palate, nuances of rose petals.