Sangria is a traditional and popular beverage of many people in Spain. It is part of Spanish history and tourism especially in the summer, because it is a refreshing drink synonymous with beach, sun and chiringuito.
Traditional tasting notes begin by talking about colour and appearance. Here there are no surprises a light cherry red tone, clean, bright and attractive with a slight effervescence of fine, steady bubbles. Next is the olfactory phase.
Lolea sets itself apart from all other sangrias that you have tasted so far. It smells like a fresh, young wine! And of cherry, orange peel, lemon drops, cinnamon and sour strawberry. Its intense, pleasant aromas are married with crisps nuances of grapes and sweet fruit. But the best has yet to come. Full-bodied and ample on the palate, Lolea confirms all the olfactory suspicions, following them with the experience of a wide array of ripe red berries and blue flowers, where you appreciate the noblest part of the wine and tannins.
It has a very silky carbonic composition and slightly bitter finish that invites you to enjoy it.