Full medium-bodied, dry. Dense, deep color with a nose of sauvage and bramble berry. Wild herb and blueberry on the palate with a nice finish of tannin, big fruit, and great acidity. Pair with burgers, BBQ, chili, and pizza with the works.
Bodegas del Rosario became a private bodega several years ago when several members from the former Cooperative Nuestra Senorio del Rosario purchased the bodega. The bodega is the only bodega in the small town of Bullas, which is also the name of the wine region. The bodega’s estate vineyards are located in the mountains adjacent to the Jumilla region, where the Monastrell varietal is also grown. Since their vineyards are located very high in the mountains, they enjoy extremely hot days and very cool nights during the growing season. This temperature inversion is among the largest oscillation in all of Spain’s Mediterranean regions and provides for excellent growing conditions