The Talvin Rosé
The Talvin Rosé
"Fresh and clear, our rosé is an absolute highlight for a summer evening with family and friends."Zita de Waal, Finca Ses Talaioles
First prehistoric settlers on the grounds of Ses Talaioles were the so called “Talajotes”. Their culture is not yet fully explored but what we know is, that they were genius slingshooters when fighting as so-called “Fons Balears” in the Punic wars against the Romans. Later the Romans took advantage of their exceptional fighting technique in various wars and began to settle in Majorca. They brought their highly developed culture to the island and as a main asset they transmitted the know how of growing grapes and producing wine and the wonderful culture of enjoying it. We might call this an early successful migration project which still gives us joy and satisfaction.
Winemaking & Ageing
Gentle treatment of the vines with natural products. Careful cultivation of the soil, promoting biodiversity, to ensure the resistance and health of the vines.
Harvested grapes are kept in cold chambers for up to 12 hours to preserve aromas and avoid oxidation during destemming. Manual selection of grapes before destemming and crushing.
Maceration: 6 -12 hours in stainless steel vats at 4 - 6 °C own atmosphere.
Fermentation of the juice in stainless steel tanks at 16°C. After fermentation, the wine is stored at a cool temperature. Filtration of the wine only shortly before bottling.
6 months on the lees.
Aromas of ripe pears, fresh raspberry, with notes of spicy ginger.
On the palate elegant, creamy and spicy with complexity and nuances reminiscent of red fruits and kumquats.
It is best to enjoy on its own or as an accompaniment to fresh seafood and Asian-influenced dishes.
Origin: Mallorca, Spain
Appellation: Vi de la Terra Mallorca
Grape varieties: Manto Negro (60%), Callet (38%), Syrah (2%)
Harvest: by hand
Ageing: 15 years
Alcohol: 13 % vol
Acidity: 4,5 g/l
Residual sugar: 0,3 g/l
Allergens: Contains sulphites
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