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Spanish Rosé Wine

Light color and a taste as unique as distinctive

Unlike red wine, rosé’s main feature is the presence of less stronger tannins. This is due to the fact that during processing, the must has a not too long contact period with the skins, and takes only part of the red grapes’ properties. The must obtained this way combines part of the strongest vines’ character with the freshness present in other wines, for instance those coming from greener varieties.

At Paniza we choose the Garnacha grape to make the must, since its natural characteristics rise in a special manner during the ripening process. This helps fruits scents develop slightly, which give the distinctive touch to the Fábula de Paniza Garnacha Rosado variety, one of the best choices of our winery.


The result is a bodied product, widespread to the palate, with a soft floral-toned aftertaste. A fresh alternative, perfect to enjoy in summer afternoons.

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