The Torremilanos Ojo Gallo Rosé is a masterful celebration of tradition, reflecting the depth and diversity of an ancient vineyard. This rosé stands out for its commitment to biodynamic and ecological practices, embodying the essence of Ribera del Duero’s terroir through a mix of over ten varieties from vines aged between 80 and 180 years. Its crafting process is a nod to age-old methods, resulting in a wine that’s unfiltered, without added sulfur, and showcases a claret color known historically as “Ojo Gallo” in Spain and “Oeil de Perdrix” in other parts of Europe.
The wine boasts a unique blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha, Albillo, Viura, Bobal, and other varieties, co-fermented in cement and matured in used barrels for eight months to achieve peak drinkability without added sulfur. This dark rosé—or light red, depending on perspective—offers a gastronomic versatility that promises surprising pairings.