Alcanta Rosso 2013 is generous,fruity and smooth. It develops aromas of spices and red fruits,coupled with black cherry.This wine will match perfectly with Beef,Pork or Lamb.
Alcanta Rosso is a wine from Valencian-Community,region of Spain ,spanish region divided into 6 separate zones. Each one produces a different type of wine under a Denominacion de Origen: Alicante, Utiel-Requena, Valencia, Cava (multi-regional), El Terrerazo (Vino de Pago), Los Balagueses (Vino de Pago). Generally, its subsoils vary from fluvial type at low altitudes to lime at the higher altitudes with sandy type in between. We can find there soils from the Miocene and the Quaternary period, very permeable and therefore do not give rise to drainage problems.
Alcanta Rosso is located in Valencian-Community's sub-region of Alicante ,Alicante is a Spanish DO (Controlled Origin) for wines located in the province of Alicante (Autonomous Community of Valencia). There are two separate and distinct sub-zones: Vinalopó, which extends along the banks of the River Vinalopó in the southern area of the province, where the Monastrell grape variety and red wine production are predominant and the smaller and newer sub-zone known as La Marina, along the coast in the northern area of the province, where the Moscatel grape variety and white wine production are predominant. Alicante is most renowned for producing a traditional sweet dessert wine known as Fondillón, made from overripe grapes. The soils are mainly dark lime bearing soils on subsoils of sedimentary rock. By the Vinalopó banks, they are quite sandy with almost no organic material. The climate in the coastal Marina sub-zone is Mediterranean, while the climate in the Vinalopó subzone starts off Mediterranean becoming progressively more continental in the inlands.