Summer is finally here! Time to enjoy lunch outdoors and a refreshing glass of rosé
This time I chose at @tannico.it Haru Casa Rojo from the Jumilla region of Spain. The 7572 bottles of this rosé were made from a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Monastrell grapes using the Saignée method.
Saignée means literally “to bleed,” and it describes a method of making rosé wine which consists in “bleeding”off a portion of red wine juice after limited contact with the skins, so it is basically a blend of red and white wine.