The vineyards used to produce the Viña Real Rosé are between 8 and 15 years old and feature a combination of head-trained and trellis vines grown in Rioja Alavesa (mainly Elcico and Laguardia) in cool, clay soils with varying aspects with a blend of Viura, Garnacha and Tempranillo grape varieties.
The grapes used to produce the Viña Real Rosé are harvested at optimal ripeness to obtain a wine with a moderate alcohol content, fruity expression and balanced acidity. The Garnacha, Tempranillo and Viura grapes are placed in stainless steel tanks. After a few hours of maceration, we use a gravity-led process (no mechanical press) to obtain a must that is fermented for 20-25 days at a controlled temperature of around 16ºC. This allows us to keep the primary aromas intact.
Once alcoholic fermentation is complete, the wine is clarified, filtered and is ready for bottling.