Emiliana Adobe Reserva Rosé

  • Emiliana Adobe Reserva Rosé
  • Emiliana Adobe Reserva Rosé

Emiliana Adobe Reserva Rosé


AVAILABILITY: 25 in stock

Grape Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Blend
Style Dry, Rosé, Medium Bodied, Red Fruits, Fresh, Delicate
Country Chile
Region Valle del Rapel
Volume 75cl
ABV 12%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan, Sustainable, Organic


Emiliana Adobe Reserva Rosé is a fresh and delicate dry rosé. Its pale almost Provencal pink hue is complemented by gentle aromas of strawberry and red cherry. Its palate is medium-bodied with silky and refreshing summer fruits, making it an excellent pairing with creamy cheeses or foods with a bit of heat.

About the Producer

Voted by Wines of Chile as "Winery of the Year 2016", Emiliana is one of Chile's most exciting producers and pioneers in organic and biodynamic winemaking. Since 1998, this Chilean winery has been producing award-winning wines from almost 1,000 hectares of vineyards in prime sites including Casablanca, Maipo, Cachapoal, Colchagua and Bio Bio.

Its spectacular biodynamic vineyard and winery at Los Robles is a model that attracts visiting viticulturalists and winemakers from across the world. Emiliana's innovative and natural-leaning wines are made with great care and attention and the results are inspiring.

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Vineyard and Winery

The Rapel Valley lies with the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Andes Mountains to the east, and the province of Curicó to the south. This area is particularly well suited for growing Carmenère, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. This is a transversal valley of Chile’s central zone with unique climatic conditions, including four clearly defined seasons and a unique blend of maritime breezes and Andean winds. The hand-picked grapes were transported to the winery and selected from a conveyor belt to ensure maximum quality. Vinification took place in stainless steel tanks for 3 months with selected yeasts. The finished wine was fined using bentonite and cold stabilized to prevent the formation of tartrate crystals and 1 and 0.45 micron cartridge filters were used at the time of bottling.