Bodegas Emina presented its new line of rosés under the name Emina Rosé this morning at the Madrid Fusión Fair. The winery’s team of oenologists has worked over the last year to produce a range of different, more original, fresh and subtle rosés, in keeping with the elegance and personality of Provençal rosés and which could surprise consumers.
The president of the winery, Carlos Moro, highlighted the work carried out by the team, “we wanted to respond to our customers by shining the spotlight on this type of rosé wines that are carefully produced and that truly show off their elegance and freshness”.
Emina Rosé comes from plots of land belonging to the Cigales Denomination of Origin. Its differential origin lies in the vineyard itself, a limestone plot in Quintanilla de Trigueros, known as the Terrón Blanco, at an altitude of 855 metres, which favours the slow ripening of the grapes. This, together with an early harvest, maintains the freshness of the wine and contributes to its characteristic colour. A delicate shade of soft strawberry pink with clean and bright bluish reflections. On the nose, unmistakable stone fruits, such as peach, are present, as well as slight hints of blackberry between mineral and white flower tones.
Emina Rosé Prestigio
The range is completed with Emina Rosé Prestigio which attracts attention at first sight for the feminine aesthetics of its bottle which are as attractive as its contents. This wine comes from pot-planted vineyards that are more than 70 years old. Its unique twist is in the different grape varieties, both white and red, which contribute their own tones and characteristics. Maceration takes place cold, to obtain a unique light pink tone. At the end of the production process, the wine is aged for 2 months on fine lees. Emina Rosé Prestigio, presents a beautiful low intensity cherry colour with purple and shiny edges. The nose highlights a wide range of aromas of berries, such as blackcurrant or blackberry, as well as herbaceous and balsamic nuances of thyme and soft lavender, with subtle mineral tones.
The launch of these new wines by the brand responds to the increase in consumption of dry, quality rosé wines, a trend detected in Spain as well as in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Canada and Hong Kong. The two versions of this new wine are aimed at young consumers who are receptive to current trends and those with a clear feminine profile, true lovers of rosé wines.
Emina represents the most modern line of Matarromera Family Wineries. It has two wineries, one in Ribera del Duero and the other in Rueda, which allows the brand to have a great diversity of types of wines: white, rosé, white fermented in cask, sparkling and different reds.
Its president, Carlos Moro, created the Bodega-Museo del Vino Emina Ribera in Valbuena de Duero in 2005, where the red wines of this brand are made, together with the Restaurant La Espadaña de San Bernardo and very close to the Hotel Rural Emina. Subsequently, he created Emina Rueda in 2007, where they produce white wines, white wines fermented in barrels and sparkling wines from the wine group, where the Almazara Oliduero, also belonging to Matarromera, is located.
Emina’s philosophy adheres to the concepts of innovation and sustainability, for which the company has received numerous awards www.emina.es
Last year Emina was recognized as “Best winery open to tourism in Spain” by the Spanish Association of Wine Cities (ACEVIN) for its suitability as a centre for research and dissemination of wine culture and for its enormous attraction as an enotourist complex.