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Solar de Unzola Extremadura Rosado  - 2014750ml add to my favourites Share

Origin: Spain Region:Extremadura

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Solar de Unzola Extremadura Rosado 2014 is fresh,crispy and elegant. It develops aromas of strawberry and raspberry.This wine will match perfectly with Fish,Seafood or Salad.

  • Color:Rose - pale pink 
  • Region:Extremadura 
  • Country: Spain 
  • Vintage:2014 
  • Grade:AOP 
  • Content:750ml 
  • Grape Varieties: 100% Tempranillo 
  • Tasting Note: strawberry, raspberry 
  • Alcohol:13.0 %
  • Recommendation:chill before serving 
  • Serving Temperature:6-8°C 
  • Retaining Level:drink within 2 years 


Food Matching

medium cooked fish smoked fish shrimp pasta salad vinaigrette salad mushrooms

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Solar de Unzola Extremadura Rosado is a wine from Extremadura,region of Spain ,Tempranillo has traditionally been the favorite grape variety as it responds well to the regional terroir. More-adventurous winemakers are experimenting with other international varieties like Merlot, Garnacha or Syrah but these grapes have yet to make a mark on the overall quality of the region's wines. Extremadura's vineyards are also home to local white varieties such as Cayetana. This wine region produces red, white, rose and cava. There is still a lot of little vineyard producing artisanal wine but the region is experiencing a renew since few years, and more and more people are enjoying Extremadura wines !


  • Tempranillo(100%)  
    The Tempranillo grape is the most famous grape of the Iberian Peninsula and the raw material to produce the world-renowned Spanish Rioja wine.The Tempranillo grape is called so in the regions of Rioja and Navarre, but takes many other local names: Cencibel in the Channel area, Ull de Llebre in Catalonia, Tinta del Pais in Ribera del Duero. The Tempranillo grape variety is well adapted to relatively cold regions of northern Spain. Altitude and sunshine added to a continental climate are the best factors to keep a nice acidity, velvety tannins and elegance in the final production. Cool temperature indeed gives to Tempranillo wines a bit of acidity due to its ability to absorb potassium from the soil through its roots. Deep red in its youth, the wine evolves towards more tawny color with aging, giving fruity, floral notes and sometimes a hint of licorice. This variety is well suited to mature in oak barrels; the micro oxygenation permitted by the wood amplifies the qualities of this grape.