"The new sparkling Perdigon is from a parcel of young Pinot Noir at 350m on limestone in Cabanes, close to the Mediterranean 100km north of Valencia, along with a small amount of old bush vine Garnacha Tintorera which Alfredo uses for his Amanda rosado. Grapes were hand-harvested in mid-August and cold-macerated for 3 days whole cluster. The juice was then racked into steel vat for primary fermentation and bottled before fermentation went completely dry in the método ancestral style, finishing secondary fermentation on fine lees for 9 months. The result is a sparkling rosé with bright red fruit and a pleasant effervescence, enjoyable as an aperitif or with grilled poultry, fish and vegetable dishes." - Jose Pastor Selections, Importer

Alfred Maestro "Perdigon", Brut Rose Petnat, Castilla y Leon