Bright, fresh and fruity, Pago Casa Gran’s rose is our rose of the summer. It’s packed full of summer fruits flavours but light and dry enough to enjoy as the ultimate aperitif. But don’t forget rose - particularly Spanish examples - make great food wines; rose goes with all manner of dishes, from chicken to spice, even darker meats like pork.
Valencia has a reputation for big, bulky, commercially made wines that end up at £4 in the local supermarket. There are however a handful of winemakers wanting to break the confines of this stereotype and are making quality, artisan wines that remain great value. Guess which camp Pago Casa Gran falls into….