TASTING NOTES: Pale pink. Aromas and flavors of strawberries, red cherry, watermelon and black pepper leap from the glass, overlaid with floral and mineral notes. Concentrated but light on its feet, with balancing acidity and considerable length.
|Wine maker notes|
|This wine is a charitable project, donating 50% of its profits to Wellfleet S.P.A.T., devoted to preservation of the rich aquaculture and shellfishing tradition in coastal Massachusetts. It is made from Tempranillo and the rare variety Prieto Picudo, which gives the wine incredible intensity and perfume.|
|GRAPE: 70% Tempranillo, 30% Prieto Picudo. Vines planted in 2000 in rocky soil with clay subsoils. VINIFICATION AND AGEING: 2 hours maceration, then racked to stainless steel. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 12 days at 14-16C. 100% unoaked, with limited lees contact for breadth and texture. This is a vegan wine.|
|PAIRING SUGGESTIONS: The juicy red fruit profile and floral notes of this rosé make it quite delicious on its own. Pair with oysters and shellfish of all kinds, shrimp scampi or crab cakes.|
|Liquid Geography is a project of Charles Bieler (the Rose Guru), Alberto Orte (the Iberian master), Norrel Robertson MW (the Scottish winemaster) and Patrick Mata (the liquid geographer). As a symbol of their gratitude to the many people who have helped them over the years, they will donate all the profits of Liquid Geography to the TJ Martell Foundation in its research to find a cure for cancer. ”I am very happy that this passion of ours in addition to being an economic activity also happens to be a vehicle to support a worthy cause that make our world a better place. Our economic activity will not be complete if it wasnt for the impact our daily work has in so many great causes unrelated to wine.” - Patrick Mata|
Liquid Geography - Rose 2018
Dry as can be, with just enough fruit to balance the acidity and minerality, these are perfect wines for summer sipping. Porch quaffing. Pool pounding… er… I mean… oh, heck, it’s your summer – drink up! Food, you say? Of course - tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil is a personal favorite. Or sub goat cheese instead. A Greek cucumber salad with feta and Kalamata olives. Grilled fish is divine. Hmmm… I am getting hungry! 100% Mencia from vines planted in 1960. Old vines Rosado!?! Wha- what? Yep. The 55 year-old vines result in more complex flavors than a wine of this price has any right to. Aromas and flavors of pink grapefruit and strawberry are balanced by a whiff of white pepper and bright acidity. Loads of minerality to boot. And heck, for good measure, the importer donates all of the profits to fund cancer research and benefit disadvantaged children. You can drink well and help save lives!
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Perfect wine pairings for every kind of burger
HOUSTON — Wine goes with just about everything, so why not try it for your next cook out? Master of Wine and spirits expert, Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan shared some perfect pairings for every kind of burger.
KRIS Pinot Grigio delle Venezie 2019, Italy, is bright, crisp and refreshing and pairs well with a veggie burger. You can find KRIS Pinot Grigio at Spec's, Whole Foods, Kroger, Randalls, CostCo and Central Market.
Liquid Geography Rosé is a slightly more weighty, dry, clean and mineral-driven rosé made of one hundred percent mencia grapes. This rosé pairs well with a turkey burger. All proceeds from this wine go to charity. Liquid Geography Rosé is available at Central Market and Wine.com.
Pico Maccario Villa Della Rosa Barbera d'Asti 2018, Italy, is bright and fresh and supurb when slightly chilled. It pairs well with a beef burger. Pico Maccario Della Rosa Barbera is available at H-E-B.
If you are interested in learning more about wine, check out Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan's virtual classes at MasterWineOnline.com, The Great Courses or Online Wine Academy.
Liquid Geography Rosé is their way of saying ‘thank you’ to everyone that has helped Ole & Obrigado, a niche import company of Iberian wines since its foundation in 1999. To express their gratitude to the many who have helped them over the years, Olé & Obrigado donates 100% of Liquid Geography's profits in equal parts to: the TJ Martell Foundation in its search for cancer cures, the South Bronx Educational Foundation to help children with challenging academic backgrounds, and starting in 2018, Wheeling Forward to help people with disabilities experience life to the fullest.
Since 2013, they have raised over $270,000 from the Liquid Geography Mencia wine. The goal with this wine is to achieve $1 million in total donations by 2025. To help make a difference, join them in bringing hope through wine to these wonderful causes! Liquid Geography is a dry rosé wine made with mencia grapes from 53 year old vines in the region of Bierzo in northwest Spain, a region with a wine history that dates back to the Roman times. Mencia is a red grape that is indigenous to the area. This rosé sees no oak and is fermented and in stainless steel vats. Liquid Geography is produced from vineyards owned by the Guerra winery, which farms 1/3 of all vineyards in the Bierzo region. Out of the 3,000ha (7,413 acres) of vineyard land in Bierzo, Guerra takes care of 1,000ha (2,471 acres), however, they only make wine with the best 10% of grapes. This rigorous selection process allows Liquid Geography to show consistent extraordinary quality.
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