Casas Patronales Rosé Cab/Sau 14%" is a rosé wine made from two popular grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. This wine is produced by the Casas Patronales winery, which is located in Chile.
The wine shows a pink color that can range from light pink to deep pink, depending on the intensity of the extraction of the dyes from the grape skins. In the aroma you can expect fresh red fruits, such as strawberries or raspberries, which can be complemented with hints of citrus or herbs.
The taste of Casas Patronales Rosé Cab/Sau 14% is typically light and crisp, with well-integrated acidity. It is characterized by a fruity flavor profile, with accents of strawberries, blueberries and possibly red currants. Citrus and herbal notes can add complexity.
This wine is perfect as an aperitif or meal companion. It goes well with light dishes, salads, dishes with chicken, fish and Mediterranean cuisine.
Casas Patronales Rosé Cab/Sau 14% is an offer for lovers of rosé wines that combine the freshness of fruit with elegance and complexity.