Skip to main content Accessibility Help
Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado Rose Wine, 750mL Wine Bottle*Packaging may vary

Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado Rose Wine, 750mL Wine Bottle

Pink Wine /13.3% ABV / Rioja, Spain

Enter a delivery address


Rioja, Spain



Sweet-Dry Scale


Tasting Notes







Food Pairing

Tomatoes, Cured Meats


Steel Aged


Fruity & Floral

Product description

Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado Rosé Wine contains prevalent red-fruit aromas of strawberry, cherry, red currant and raspberry. Fresh, fruit-forward, fine and balanced, this ‘cheerful’ style of rose wine combines the aromatic expressiveness of a warm vintage with the elegance and well-balanced acidity of a cold vintage. This Spanish blush wine received 91 points from James Suckling in 2020. The organically fertilized and sustainably farmed vineyards are located north of Madrid in Rioja Alta, Spain. During harvest, clusters are usually hand-picked and manually sorted. Grapes are destemmed and upon arrival at the winery, grape clusters are lightly crushed and gently pressed using a vertical basket press. Static free run of the juice occurs over 48 hours, and the juice is then fermented in stainless steel tanks during 20 days at a temperature of 61°F. Pair this rosé with soft cheese, like brie and goat cheese or hummus and flatbread. One 750mL bottle of Finca Nueva Rioja Rosado Rosé Wine has 13.3% alcohol by volume.

View all products by Finca NuevaCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

Community reviews

This product doesn't have any reviews yet. Be the first to leave one!


This red grape is the fourth most common in the world and one of the nine red noble grapes. It is typically associated with the Rioja wine region in northern Spain.
Tempranillo is typically a dry wine with medium to high levels of tannins and acidity along with an ABV of 13.5-15%.
Like merlot, tempranillo pairs nicely with aged steaks and venison along with tomato-based dishes, roasted vegetables, and polenta.
Tempranillo sounds like temp-rah-NEE-yoh. It means “little early one” as this grape tends to ripen quicker than most other Spanish grapes. In Portugal, it is known as tinta roriz or aragonez.
Enter a delivery address