Rosé wine Brunus Rosé 2021

Young rosé wine from Montsant. Varietal Grenache vinified in stainless steel tanks.

Young. Months mixing in stainless steel
Percentage of Alcohol: 13.5º
Bottle size: 75 cl
D.O.: Montsant
Grapes Varieties: Grenache Red,
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Availability: In stock

Product Description

A brand of the Parxet Grup, the Portal del Montsant winery is the producer of Brunus Rosé.

A varietal Grenache, this Spanish rosé wine is made from 3 plots of vines aged 18 to 25 years, located in the towns of Darmòs, Capçanes and Marçà, in DO Montsant.

Harvested by hand, once in the cellar the grapes were first cold-macerated with the skins, and gently pressed.

After that, Brunus Rosé 2021 was fermented at a low temperature and aged on its lees until the next springtime.

Pair this rosé wine from Montsant with tapas, light dishes and Thai cuisine.

Additional Information
Additional Information

The rosé wine Brunus Rosé is medium red with some maroon tinges.


This varietal Grenache suggests lively aromas of cherries and strawberries,with a brushstroke of aromatic herbs, flowers and citrus.


Lush and velvety, this rosé wine from Portal del Montsant is fresh and crisp all the way to the end, which is long, fruity and delicious.

Our personal opinion

Plain and simple, Brunus Rosé 2021 was born to be paired with rice dishes.


Brunus Rosé 2019:

Enterwine 92.

Brunus Rosé 2018:

Enterwine 91.

Brunus Rosé 2015:

Enterwine 90.

Year 2021
Type Rosé
D.O. Montsant
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 8-10ºC
Ageing Young
Type of ageing Months mixing in stainless steel
Enterwine's Score 92
Media rating 92
Mono-Varietal Grenache Red
Pairings Alone, Aperitif, bluefish, Cow´s cheese, Full salads, Grilled red meats, Grilled vegitables, Grilled white meats, Poultry, Rice with fish, Rice with meat, Risotto, Roasted chicken, Soup and rice
Taste Fruity and Fresh, Light, easy to drink, Lively and Fresh, Silky and intense
Occasion Aperitif, Because you can, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, Reunion with colleagues, Romantic Dinner
1 Review
Love the Spanish-style rosés, bolder that the French ones. Freeesh and substantial.
Review by (Posted on 19 September 2018)
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