Rosé wines have some typical red wine colors, but only enough to make them appear rosy, depending on the grape used and the production technology, their colors range from clear to intense almost purple.
There are three ways to make rosé wine: by bleeding, by contact with the skins, and by blending.
Cillar de Silos Rosado is a sophisticated rosé, one of those that is carried around the world today and is in fashion; with an overwhelming personality, born from vines that reach up to 75 years, with a liveliness and a fragrance that stand out by themselves.
Bodegas Antídoto produces a ‘popular’ rosé wine with a historical personality within the DO Ribera del Duero. This is Roselito, Le Rosé's younger brother. The traditional 'blend' of Albillo and Tinto Fino from old vines, offer as a result this broth of marked originality.
Barrel-fermented Pradorey Rosado is a wine that, because it is innovative, constant, elegant and surprising, is among the best rosé wines in Spain. They say even the world. Those who dare with rosés quickly become fans of this wine. For that reason alone, it is worth sharing it with friends for an aperitif or any family celebration.