Here is the second Rosado, this one is from the other end of the country. From southern Spain, Yecla to be exact. Made from 100% Monastrell. As you would expect, it is a very different style than the Coto de Hayas. Deeper red colour, light cherry and spice, but still very drinkable all the same.
This shows up quite dark for a rose, a crimson red colour. You could almost fool people into thinking your drinking Pinot. The nose oozes light red fruits, fresh cherry and strawberry, with toffee and earth. Well balanced, savory with sweet fruit. Full of flavour and fruit in the mouth, red cherry, fresh apple and tangy Toffee Apple lollies (from the Redskin family). The finish is crisp and is long finish too. The thing I really like about this wine is that you don't need to chill it to death, the flavours a great with a bit of warmth without getting bitter as some roses do. 88 Pts.
Source: Toro/Woods wines Price: Around $18 Closure: Synthetic Cork