This organic estate lies in an iconic Spanish landscape: it was the home of Cervantes’ fictional knight Don Quixote. Moreover, there have been many centuries of the most bitter battles across this land between the invading Moors and indigenous Christians. The plight of a Moorish princess of the time inspired the name ‘Mureda’. She was orphaned in one of the many battles across the region, remained hidden and protected here by a knight. So, the house became known as ‘The House of the Moor’ or ‘La casa de Mureda’. This was in tribute to the brave young girl’s plight in a time of great conflict.
Amphorum Rosado Palido Garnacha, Mureda is a youthful and vibrant wine made from 100% Garnacha. This rose is bright and intense with delightful cherry, raspberry and strawberry flavours.
Rosé garnacha/grenache wines are very tasty, refreshing and full of aromas of red fruits. As diverse as the varietal, tapas are a beautiful pairing such as bread with tomato or anchovies. In this way, you get the appetizer to be simple but refreshing. Often, cured ham is usually used as an appetizer or food tapa, and rosé wine also goes with it perfectly, since deli meats usually go hand in hand with this wine. That’s why, soft cheeses like Camembert or Brie, or recipes, for example, pasta with cheese or cream sauce, are a wise choice to eat while you take a typology of this wine. In addition, recipes that contain egg, such as scrambled eggs, poached egg, or stuffed hard-boiled eggs. Best crack-on then!