Codorniú Launches Its First Still Rosé Wine
Following the successful launch of Viñas de Anna, Codorniú's first still wine, one year ago, the Catalonian company, best known for it's Cava production, has introduced its first still rosé wine to the market: Viñas de Anna Flor de Rosa.
As reported on vinetur.com, with this new product range, Codorniú, one of Spain's oldest family-run business, is seeking to develop new purchase occasions for its products.
Viñas de Anna Flore de Rosa is described as a high-end rosé wine with a fresh and delicate flavour profile, made with Pinot Noir and Trepat grapes. Its tasting notes show an appealing mix of cherry, strawberry and raspberry with a hint of vanilla thanks to a brief stay in oak barrels.
The Codorniú Raventós Group makes wines in nine bodegas located on privileged areas of Spain: Raimat, Legaris, Bach, Scala Dei, Abadia de Poblet, Bodegas Bilbaínas, Nuviana, Artesa and Séptima.
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