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Raspberry jelly and strawberries making friends with herby Rojal and chalky soils.
Bernabé’s La Amistad (the friendship) sits somewhere between a Rosé and a red. It has the tannin, grip and complexity to make it an intriguing match for light meat or charred vegetable dishes, and also works perfectly as a smashingly complex Rosé for park and backyard consumption through summer.
The wine is made entirely from a nearly extinct varietal native to south-east Spain called Rojal and grown on chalky soils in the village of Villenua. There’s plenty of raspberry jelly and ripe strawberry on the front palate, but the chalky minerality and the spruce-like herbaceousness of Rojal are ever-present, balancing the primary fruit.