In 1996, Nicholas Hammeken, who already had experience in marketing and selling wine in various European countries, opened his own business. At first, the company was just selling and reselling wines from other wineries, but then, in 2001, they had their first own line of wines. The company follows the latest global trends in order to produce wine of very good quality and at a relatively inexpensive price from local Spanish grape varieties.
Harvest during the first fortnight of September. Attitude of vineyards 600 – 800 m above sea level. Cold maceration, fermentation for 3 weeks at 12-16ºC. Aging in stainless steel containers.
Allegranza Rosé has a freshness of summer and affordability to enjoy all year round. It has an inviting colour of ripe raspberries and refreshing aromas of wild strawberries. The wine has a crisp red currant acidity combined with sweetsummer strawberries and ripe cherries; a contrasting combo that leaves your palate tingling with the anticipation of another sip.