Rosé wine Rosat de Mitjanit 2022

Rosé wine from Montsant. Varietal Hairy Grenache aged for 5 months on lees.

Young. 5 Months mixing in stainless steel
Percentage of Alcohol: 15º
Bottle size: 75 cl
D.O.: Montsant
Grapes Varieties: Grenache Peluda,
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Availability: In stock

Product Description

Produced by Vinyes Domènech, Rosat de Mitjanit is an interesting varietal Spanish rosé wine made solely from Hairy Grenache. The grapes come from former Cabernet Sauvignon vines, which were regrafted in 2011. 

Situated in DO Montsant, the organically and biodynamically farmed vineyards were meticulously harvested in late September. Once in the celler, they were kept at a temperature of 2 to 4ºC, destemmed, gently pressed, drawn-off, and fermented with indigenous yeasts.

After that, this rosé wine from Montsant was aged for 5 months on its lees.

Finally, Rosat de Mitjanit 2022 was gently filtered and bottled.

Pair this Hairy Grenache rosé wine with spicy pasta recipes and Thai cuisine.

Additional Information
Additional Information

The rosé wine Rosat de Mitjanit is medium salmon with an orangeish rim.


Initially reminiscent of white and red flowers, this varietal Hairy Grenache soon suggests aromas of red fruit and bone fruit, with notes of aromatic herbs and licorice, as well as a salty note.


Smooth and complex, this rosé wine from Celler Vinyes Domènech is fruit-driven, delicately warm and meatier than your usual rosé. Remembrances of pomegranate, red apples and roses, with a dash of aromatic herbs and a mineral finish.

Our personal opinion

The best vintage to date, Rosat de Mitjanit 2022 is subtler and more engaging than ever.


Rosat de Mitjanit 2021:

Enterwine 93.

Rosat de Mitjanit 2019:

Enterwine 91.

Year 2022
Type Rosé
D.O. Montsant
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 8-10ºC
Does this wine follow the guidelines of biodynamic Farming? Yes
Ageing Young
Type of ageing Months mixing in stainless steel
Number of months aged in Barrels 5
Enterwine's Score 92
Media rating 92
Mono-Varietal Grenache Peluda
Pairings Aperitif, Baked whitefish, bluefish, Cod, Eggs, Full salads, Grilled fish, Grilled vegitables, Grilled whitefish, Oriental cuisine, Pasta with fish, Pasta with red sauce and meat, Poultry, Rice with fish, Rice with meat, Risotto, Roasted red meats, Soft cheeses, Soup and rice, White meat with gravy
Taste Dry and aromatic, Fruity and Fresh, Lively and Fresh, Silky and intense
Occasion Business dinner, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, Romantic Dinner
1 Review
bold rosé
Not a Provence rosé, that's for sure. Deeper and more structured, it needs food.
Review by (Posted on 29 September 2020)
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