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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