The 2016 Las Cañadas is the second vintage of their pale rosé. It is mostly all Bobal, but it contains 10% white Albilla grapes to give the wine more complexity in the palate and some of the salinity that is very evident in the white Reto. In fact, the production is very similar to Reto--direct pressing of the bunches and the must goes to ferment in 600-liter barriques with indigenous yeasts and kept with the lees without bâtonnage. As there was almost no skin contact, the wine is pale, but it has plenty of character and serious aromas that are earthier and more developed than other rosés often found in the zone; it's quite different. I'd call this clarete rather than rosado. Beautiful, refreshing and very pleasant. 90+ points. (LG)
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